Revue Sound CS 60 AF
- Auto-focus (2 speeds)
- TTL reflex viewing
- Electromagnetic Shutter
- +/- correction lever for auto exposure (2 f-stops in each direction, so all in all a compensation range of 4 stops)
- Backlight control
- Remote control socket
- Auto Recording Level Control
Sounds like a relabeled Chinon 60 AF XL without the interval timer and the single frame features to me...
Its auto-focus works as perfect as one in a modern DV camera, however at least my personal specimen is not recommendable for livesound due to its uneven speed, and variable but generally high noise level.
Reads Ektachrome 64T as 40ASA, so exposure compensation will have to be set to -2/3. Reads 100D correctly when set to daylight, at least when supplied by Wittner.
CAUTION: Auto-exposure meter works all the time leeching much energy from the batteries, even when the camera is turned completely off, hence the battery pack should always be removed when not shooting.
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