So I have the opportunity to buy a Nizo 156 Macro for $25 from a my Aunt's Co-Worker... He says the camera motor, shutter, and electronic zoom work just fine. However, both the automatic exposure meter and the manual exposure control is NOT functional because of a defective galvanometer. Can that be replaced fairly easily and would a new galvanometer be readily available? I'm not sure if they are all the same only differing in needle and disk types or if they are more specialized than that... Please let me know any thoughts on this! Thanks so much!
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Posted 08 September 2006 - 08:37 PM
So nevermind on this topic... I found my answer talkin to the people in the Kage at my school... turns out it's gonna be expensive and extensive, both things I don't wanna deal with right now... too bad cause it's a sweet camera otherwise!