The Weston Master II Universal Exposure Meter, Model 735, has been held in high regard by master photographers, including Ansel Adams. Our vintage meter, made by Weston Electrical Instruments Corporation made between 1945 and 1955, still works. It has a selenium cell that measures reflected light with a restricted 30° angle field of vision. The meter features automatic high and low light scales. There is a rear latch with photo cell for low light photography. The meter works for B&W and color photography. The meter shows usage. It comes with an attached strap. A manual can be downloaded from the manufacturer at http://www.cameramanuals.org/flashes_meters/weston_master_ii-1.pdf The meter can be used with a digital camera. **SHIPPING COSTS ARE ESTIMATED ~ WE REFUND ALL SHIPPING OVERCHARGES!**
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