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Finding a exposure selector

Hi
I have a prominent roll film folding camera made by Voidtland in 1930-1932.The orginal one there is a exposure selector on it.But due to a long time keeping it lost.So I want to buy one to match on camera.Would you do your favour to help me?
Thanks in advance.
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    looking for a exposure selector .

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Most digital cameras have an option that is easily selectable referred to as exposure compensation. it sounds like this is what you're looking for. Some manufacturers call it E.V. Shift.

Posted on Mar 09, 2008

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