01af wrote:The Auto Meter II, Auto Meter III, and Auto Meter IIIF take a 6 V cell the size of four stacked 1.5 V LR44 button cells. There are several names for this 6 V cell, including (but not limited to) PX28, G13, 4LR44, 4SR44, or 28L. They come in alkaline versions (e. g. PX28, 4LR44), silver oxide (e. g. 4SR44), or lithium (e. g. 28L). You can use either type.
01af wrote:That said, I'd steer clear from the Minolta Auto Meter III and IIIF. Of all Minolta meters, these are the least desirables ... okay, the Flash Meter II is pretty quirky, too. I'd rather have an Auto Meter II (cool self-rotating analog display, huge metering range down to EV -4 at ISO 100/21°, however does not meter flash) or one of the later models, from Flash Meter III or Auto Meter IVF on.
pakodominguez wrote:... I just need to replace the battery. It always worked as expected: fine.
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