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I'm dumb, question on the L-358

 
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So, this is a silly question, but I need to ask it. Whenever I'm trying to adjust Shutterspeed/AP on my light meter [L-358], or even change the channel for my wireless. It says "Loc" probably meaning that it's locked? How do I unlock it?

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Mar 16, 2010 13:37 |  #2

merp wrote in post #9808395 (external link)
So, this is a silly question, but I need to ask it. Whenever I'm trying to adjust Shutterspeed/AP on my light meter [L-358], or even change the channel for my wireless. It says "Loc" probably meaning that it's locked? How do I unlock it?

Help =[[

I don't have the L-358 Manual in front of me but I think you hold down the Mode button and press the ISO button. It should then display "OFF".


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Yep got it! Thank you. Kept missing it in the friggin manual apparently.




  
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Mar 16, 2010 15:17 |  #4

For electronic stuff, I try to download and keep for reference a PDF version of user manuals, etc. Using the "find" function in a properly-rendered PDF is usually better than the printed document's index.

http://www.sekonic.com​/images/files/L-358.pdf (external link)


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ToddR wrote in post #9809160 (external link)
For electronic stuff, I try to download and keep for reference a PDF version of user manuals, etc. Using the "find" function in a properly-rendered PDF is usually better than the printed document's index.

http://www.sekonic.com​/images/files/L-358.pdf (external link)

I kept the shortcut card, but that didn't do! I mean the manual is somewhere. Thanks for the site!

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