Hi guys, I bought a Olympus 35 RC. Everything seems to work fine but the light meter is a bit off I guess. I used my D7000 and a Ikophot S to check the settings the 35 RC light meter calculated. Indoors the light meter is on point but outdoors in bright sunlight its 2 stops overexposed. I also noticed that the less sun is within the light meters reach, the more accurate it is. The battery is a new wein cell px625, so I believe the battery is not the problem. How is this possible? Can I fix this? Is this a common problem? I know that 35mm color negative film can compensate a lot of overexposing but since I set my iso to half the boxspeed, I'm afraid that if i shoot in sunlight the 3 stops overexposing are too much. Of course I could compensate the 2 stops overexposing by changing iso settings but I want it to have it fully functional. I havent shot a roll with it but will do that asap and note the settings.