Topic: Gossen Luna Pro Light Meter Calibration

I have a pair of vintage Gossen Luna Pro photographic light meters. One is a model SBC, has a black case and uses 9V batteries; the other is marked only Luna Pro, has a two tone light/dark grey case and uses the old Mercury Oxide PX-13 batteries (I use zinc-air #675 hearing aid batteries). Does anyone have and idea if and where I can have these meters calibrated and if so a rough idea of the cost?

Last edited by houdel (2013-03-06 17:51:58)

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Re: Gossen Luna Pro Light Meter Calibration

houdel wrote:

I have a pair of vintage Gossen Luna Pro photographic light meters. One is a model SBC, has a black case and uses 9V batteries; the other is marked only Luna Pro, has a two tone light/dark grey case and uses the old Mercury Oxide PX-13 batteries (I use zinc-air #675 hearing aid batteries). Does anyone have and idea if and where I can have these meters calibrated and if so a rough idea of the cost?

What reason to think they need calibration?

Compare with another known-good meter.

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