How they used to measure mechanically the Leica camera shutter speed milliseconds back in 1930

The YouTube channel SmarterEveryDay published a video called “How the Germans measured milliseconds mechanically” about an old fashion way of measuring analog camera shutter speed with equipment from the 19030s.:

Of course today we have modern laser shutter testers for analog cameras:

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