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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Equipment' started by Drew B., Jan 22, 2018.
Anyone have an idea on how to operate this lens?
Perhaps this lever?
That isn't a lever. It is a stop...
Well I'll be. I don't know then...
Ok I think I have it figured out...somewhat. At the top is T and i which is time and "instantaneous ". And the lever on the left (in image) is the shutter release...in either direction. On the right is a rotating wheel for setting apurture with four settings (1-4). Of course this doesn't help me unless I can find out what all those settings represent. 1 might be F3.5 but don't know. 4 might be F16...? Hmmm, I wonder if there is any 127 film around?
This link may answer your questions (although it refers to a similar camera): http://kodak.3106.net/index.php?p=208&cam=1280
hey drew !
the world famous orphaned camera manual is here
it has the exposure guide that refers to your fstops too
lovely camera btw, kodak folders ruled the world, or at least a little bit of the world ...
John...this is a different lens than your manual. My lens has only one shutter speed...maybe 1/60th? I think the aperatures are F11 - F32. More research is needed.
just found this site, maybe its helpful ?
i think the shutters are around 1/50