Quiz For Lesson 6:

Introduction To Shutters

 

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It is limited by the range of shutter speeds.
Inferior lens performance.
Poor durability.
High cost.

 

 

The greater the distance it must travel to open and close the blades.
The shorter the distance it must travel to open and close the blades.

 

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The next four questions deal with typical escapement retard operation. Fill in the missing words: either "full" or "partial" for retard lever stroke and either "full" or "no" for pallet engagement.

 

A one second exposure requires Retard lever stroke and pallet engagement.

 

A 1/60 second exposure requires Retard lever stroke and pallet engagement.

 

A 1/30 second exposure requires Retard lever stroke and pallet engagement.

 

A 1/15 second exposure requires Retard lever stroke and pallet engagement.

 

Increasing the speed of the main lever movement.
Increasing the opening and closing speed of the shutter blade (disc).
Increasing the opening speed of the shutter blade.
Increasing the closing speed of the shutter blade.

 

The main lever.
The release lever.
The lower ratchet gear.
The upper ratchet gear.

 

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Broken wind lever spring.
Broken ratchet lever spring.
Broken locking lever spring.
Broken auxilliary lever spring.

 

The main lever.
The locking lever.
The shutter blade.
The perforation lever.

 

The main spring is broken.
The vertical lug on the main lever is broken off.
The vertical lug on the main lever is bent.
The latching lug on the release lever is broken.

 

To advance the film.
To cock the shutter.
To restrict main lever travel.
To prevent double exposures.

 

 

The back hinge.
The rear viewfinder window.
The top cover.
The top rear cover plate.

 

Exposure meters.
Automatic film programming.
Motor Drives.
Flashcube adapters.

 

 

 

 

Leaf shutter diagram.

 

 

 

 

 

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