Rolleiflex 3.5E/F and shutter speeds: Dumb Q
So I'm reading through the manuals out there and see that you set the shutter speed to the whole numbers given. NO half-way in-betweens. So between 60 and 125 there is no 90 or 100... even if you try fudging this thing. Not sure it causes damage or not, but looks like a deal... and in my rush to get shooting, I didn't catch this until what... a week or two later.
What I'm wondering is that if this is in fact the case, and I'm pretty sure it is, then what about the apertures? Do we have a more continuous range where mid-poinst between 5.6 and 8, or 8 and 11 exist, but are simply unmarked? It seems to make sense that this would be the case, but thought I'd better check 'cause ...again, in haste, I didn't see this.
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