Old film and thrift store people...a little help with LIGHT METER, please

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Finally got around to the C4. Removed the lens and got it cleaned up, checked the shutter throughout the range and it works well, clean and dry, not delay on closing. Aperture is also clean and dry. The rangefinder needs adjustment so I'm investigating that. It may be beyond my ability, at least with a camera in such good condition. I may need a junker to practice on.

The little Gossen Sixti shoe-mount light meter works and is accurate. It checks out against my Weston (adjusted for Weston film speeds) and my GX9. In fact the GX9 and the Sixti are dead on the money.
 

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