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    Mike_E No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Let us know how it effects the metering.

    A basic Katz Eye screen is $105, and $205 with a couple of the options.
     
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    So far so good. General conditions don't seem affected.

    I shoot RAW mainly so within 1/6~1/3 stop is a wash and if it was more than that then it most likely would have been obvious from the start.

    I also shoot center everything since I already know what I want to be in focus and manual or aperture priority if that helps.

    Anyway, for $20/with shipping I thought it was worth a shot and I really missed the split level screen (yes, I'm old ;)).
     
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    Upon further testing a 1/3 bump of exposure comp in matrix metering is needed but if you use spot then no worries.
     

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