5 light meters available

From: k. a.r. (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Dec 04 2008 - 20:15:58 PST

I have 5 light meters available to whomever needs them.
All are vintage.

#1) Sekonic leader deluxe-2 model 36. made in Japan.
Has the dial on it for film speeds. Has a zero adjust.
Appears to work, when you point it at light the needle moves.
I don't know how to use it, and I don't have the manual.
(I did see that someone is selling a manual for it on eBay, though.)
About 2" x 3" x 1"

#2) Bell & Howell Sunometer model 76. Made in Japan.
This one is definately broken. Half of the side cracked off, and
the needle doesn't move it all. Only good for decoration, probably.
Tiny. 1.5" x 2" x .75"

#3) UCS MovieMaker nice two tone bakelite. With original lanyard.
Appears to work, when you point it at light the needle moves.
2" x 1.5" x .75"

#4) General Electric exposure meter type dw-68
says on the back "use american standard exposure index numbers"
Made in the USA. Has footcandle mesurement. Features removeable hood.
With leathery original case, lanyard and ORIGINAL MANUAL!!! (wow.)
I think it is from the 50's, judging from the graphics in the manual.
Appears to work, when you point it at light the needle moves.
3" x 2" x 2.5"

#5) Gossen Luna Pro sbc, made in germany. Comes with original case,
with removeable cover. This one is relatively modern, from the 80's or 90's.
This one used to work, I remember that it stopped working and I never
could figure out why. Maybe it just needs a new battery? New internal
I don't know. This is a big one 4.5" x 3" x 2"

all of them are pretty cool looking, if you don't want to use them and
just want to add them to your collection.

thanks !

If anyone wants or needs these let me know, and we'll discuss the details.


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