Do you want one of these?
Please register your interest and we will try and locate you one. If we get one in
stock, we will then be in touch.
You will not be registered for email lists or any other form of marketing. Your
email address will not be used for any purpose until we notify you about availability of a product.
Introduced in 1981, early version were called the ‘VFC-6’ but was subsequently renamed to the ‘PME’.
It has a centre weighted, battery powered silicon meter. The exposure is indicated by a red LED illumination within the viewfinder giving the EV reading.
Magnification is a generous 3x.
This prism was designed for use with a standard viewing screen. If used with a brighter Acute Matte screen then it should be adjusted by changing the film speed set.
Rubber eye cup. Not perished or sticky.
Cosmetic: Light surface wear to the exterior. Vinyl has shrunk slightly.
Optical: Viewfinder is clear and free of marks, debris and other imperfections.
Mechanical: Fully working.
Electrical: No corrosion to the battery contacts. Meter is working and tested.
Cosmetic Condition: 4
(Signs of light use, but not misuse. No other cosmetic damage.)
Functional Condition: E
(Everything functioning. Major functions have recently been professionally tested.)