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Sup /p/

I'm sure I'm missing something here but I can't find what I need on google.

I recently was given an OM-1n and I'm just shooting random shit to learn how to use it.

The light-meter is working (new battery, etc.) however I'm just trying to shoot a picture of my clock on the wall roughly 12 feet away from me.

I have my aperture at f/2.8, my shutter speed at 1/60, and I'm shooting ISO 400 film and my ASA is set to that.

My light meter is saying every photo will be underexposed and I can't figure out why.

I have the light on my ceiling fan on and the room is plenty bright.

What am I missing here?
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