This 90° prism viewfinder provides built-in TTL spot metering, center-weighted TTL integral metering, and incident light metering via a dome sensor. The PME90 is fully compatible with the entire Hasselblad system, with the exception of the Magazine 70 and the Magazine Polaplus for Polaroid film.
In addition, the high eye-point eyepiece features diopter adjustment and magnifies the image 2X, making the PME90 ideal for users with eyeglasses. The 90° viewing angle is perfect for shifting between horizontal and vertical format orientation.
The exposure meter display is located beneath the viewfinder image and provides full information regarding readings, preset values, and functions. The basic settings for ISO, maximum lens aperture (Fmax), and metering method are easily accessed by pressing their corresponding buttons. Seven different functions can be chosen, such as type of exposure data, shutter or aperture priority, reference mode, exposure correction factor, and audible warning signal. The reference mode can be used to evaluate the light reflected from different areas in the subject, or to monitor changes in the lighting conditions.
|Type||90° prism viewfinder with built-in exposure meter|
|Viewfinder image||Un-reversed, magnified 2 x|
|Diopter adjustment||-2 to +0.5 diopters. With optional correction lenses -4.5 to -2, and +0.5 to +3 diopters|
|Operating modes||Metering mode and Programming mode with 7 programmable functions.|
|Metering methods||TTL spot metering, TTL center-weighted integral metering, Incident light metering, dome on top of viewfinder|
|Spot meter||central 12 (1/2 in.)|
|Integral meter||approx. 40 x 40 mm (1 9/16 x 1 9/16 in.)|
|Metering ranges at ISO 100, f/2.8||----|
|Spot metering||+1 to +21 EV|
|Integral metering||-1 to +19 EV|
|Incident light metering||-3 to +17EV|
|Film speed range setting||ISO/ASA 12-6400 (DIN 12-39) Maximum lens aperture range setting|
|Battery type||3 V Lithium type CR-123A|
|Weight||580 g (1 lb 1.5 oz) without battery|