Question about Vivitar V3800N 35mm SLR Camera
I can't see the meter in the view finder? Is there a meter in V3800N.
So if i have the "-" green and red "+" on at the same time my photo is okay?
Posted on Oct 07, 2012
Yes, the V3800N has an exposure meter.
If the red - lights up, you're underexposed. If the red + lights up, you're overexposed. If the green circle lights up, you're right on. If both the red and green light up, you're within one-third stop of the right exposure.
If you don't see either the green or red lights, then you need batteries. The camera uses two LR44 alkalines or two SR44 silver-oxides. But the only thing that uses the batteries is the exposure meter: everything else on the camera is stil fully functional.
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