Can someone with a Topcon Super RE with a *VERIFIED & WORKING* light meter help me solve this problem... I'm more interested in fact than opinion. The question to answer: When you remove the battery from your Super RE, does your light meter change if you adjust the shutter, ISO, and or aperture? I purchased a Super RE and am trying the "hearing aid battery fix." But I've tried a couple different batteries now so I'm curious if my light-meter is simply broken. I turn the camera to On and nothing changes. The light meter does not move when I adjust anything. If I can verify the light meter does absolutely nothing without a battery, then I'll move on and try purchasing a Wein MRB625 1.35V Zinc-air. Attached is an image of what my (in viewfinder) light-meter reading looks like. I've read page 16 of the manual and know that something is is not being displayed correctly.