Another Photo of Miranda F for Lomowall Shot

Another shot of Miranda F with Ricoh. Isn't she beautiful!

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  1. zorki
    zorki ·

    Got a miranda sensorex II camera on a flea market. It's a very nice camera. Sadly, the lightmeter doesn't work although the mechanism works fine. Do you have an idea?

  2. herbert-4
    herbert-4 ·

    @zorki Miranda Sensorex II has a CdS meter and the works is at least 40 years old. May not work. Sometimes a really old camera repair shop might have a NOS replacement part. Or it might just need the right battery. It was a PX675 1.35 Mg battery, so you'll need a Wein Cell MRB675 Zn/air battery. No more Mg allowed, too toxic. Wein Cells last 6-9 months. Or just get a Gossen Digisix light meter, about maybe Euro 100?

  3. zorki
    zorki ·

    Thank you for your fast answer. I tried a normal LR 44 1,5 v battery. I thought the lightmeter would just show me wrong exposure values, but it didn't respond at all... tear...

  4. egor_post
    egor_post ·

    @zorki I bought an Olympus pen eed - it also has a CdS meter and need a PX675 1.35V Mg battery and I bought an adapter on to use a modern 1.55V 386/SR43W Silver Oxide battery on it - 20$ and it's work good!