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#1 Giorgio Taricco

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Posted 18 June 2012 - 05:23 AM

Hi all guys,
I've had a very good deal for a Gossen Multisix meter, I have also downloaded the manual and I have a question as the explanation is not so clear to me.
Under the cine section on the manual is reported what you see in the pic.

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As all the Gossen meters with cine function the FPS are programmated for a shutter angle of 180° you need to insert correction values to obtain the deidered speed of a selected shutter angle different from the standard 180°.
So really I can't understand nothing on the chart reported....
Does anyone have experience with a Gossen meter and the cine settings?
Shooting with a Beaulieu 4008 is not a problem as the meter has the 1/90 shutter speed option (really close to Beaulieu 1/87 24fps shutter speed) but how can I do to have the exact reading for Bolex EBM for example (1/67 photometric speed) without doing the f/stop 2/3 compensation?
Thanks for your help.
Giorgio
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