NORWOOD DIRECTOR "B" LIGHT METER
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Posted 11 January 2010 - 06:09 PM
Ok, I've bought an old light meter called, "Norwood B" But i have no clue how to use it properly....I find it hard to read out f-stops when shooting in cinespeeds...can someone help me out? They only thing i do know for sure, is how to set the asa...but how to read out the corect f stop at 24 fps it's a problem for me...
Posted 12 January 2010 - 01:54 AM
I've heard of the Norwood meters, and probably seen one in a museum. Do you have any pictures of it you could post? They were an ancestor of the Spectra line that was the standard of the industry in the 1960's - 80's. Getting it calibrated might be a problem. You might do better to sell the Norwood to a collector and get a new one.