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#1 Jarin Blaschke

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Posted 29 March 2008 - 12:55 AM

I have a Cinemeter II that I've used exclusively since 1998. It has finally started to stray from my gaffer's meter (and others) by about 1/3 to 2/3 stops, sometimes more and it is finally time to get it calibrated. I've called both Spectra and Quality Light Metric and neither are willing to take a crack at it. Apparently the inside is just too difficult to service (and thus the outside is so easy and neat), and worse, the company who made it no longer exists, so there are no parts if they are needed. I am wondering if there are any other companies to approach, as I really don't want to get another meter - this design is brilliantly straightforward, simple to use and yet comprehensive for any situation. There really is nothing else like it made now, that I know of.
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