Gossen Sixtronet

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The 1974 Gossen Sixtronet is a dedicated flash meter that replaced the Sixtron. Like its predecessor, the Sixtronet only provides incident flash measurement.

With its plain front lacking the classic computer dial, the Sixtronet looks very different from the other professional meters of its era. Apertures are read directly from the main scale, and film speed is compensated electronically.

Specifications

Sixtronet
Type Hand held flash exposure meter
Introduction 1974
Sensor Photodiode
Measurement Incident
Display Moving needle
Aperture f 2 to f 90
Film Speed 25 to 400 ISO / ASA
Power 9v Alkaline
Dimensions 78 x 120 x 40mm
Weight 225g
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