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How to use the Time Machine

Step 1

Use your light meter or install a smartphone app.

You can download Pocket Light Meter on iOS devices or LightMeter on Android devices.

Pocket Light MeterLightMeter

Step 2

Aperture: Set the aperture to f/8

ISO: Choose ISO100 or ISO600 depending on the film you are using.

Time: Get the shutter speed reading and select the desired speed on Time Machine.

Some light meters might show ISO640 instead of ISO600. That will work also.


by Kim Smith Miller

light meter sample shot 1/125 - Time Machine

by Kim Smith Miller

light meter sample shot 1/60 - Time Machine

Photos by Kim Smith Miller, an experienced SLR670m user, click to see more side-by-side comparisons by her.

Since the light meter have different settings: full stop, half stop and third stop, you should set the shutter stop to "full stop". Then it will be the same numbers as Time Machine.

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