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Nikon Photoelctric Exposure Meter
Nippon Kogaku introduced the exposure meter as part of the SP system in 1957. The earliest meters
had a grey top, with a black bottom. These are very rare. Later versions are finished completely in
black. Serail numbers suggest a production run of about 17.000 meters. They fit the SP, S3, S4 and
S3M. They were supplied with a difusser for incident metering and a case. A booster, in it's own case,
was an accessory. They also made a very rare cord with a shoe to mount on the meter's foot.
The Photoelctric Exposure Meter, black, with original box.
The black meter, shown with booster, incident light attachment, cases and boxes.