I am looking for a light meter. I don't really NEED it, but I can see it's usefulness in the future. Since I own the 7D from KM, I was looking at their branded light meter(just staying loyal to my brand whenever possible). I was at a local shop yesterday looking for items to put on my X-mas list and saw a Sekonic meter. I didn't buy it, I wanted to do a little research on it first. So far I've seen good things about them. I also see the one I might get over at Adorama. I was looking at the L-358. This is the info on it; NP Finder; Non-parallax spot viewfinder attachment with ordinary waterproof structure There are three types of NP finders with angles of coverage of 1, 5 and 10. Since the single-lens reflex method is employed, it is possible to measure as aimed without parallax. Measuring range (refelected light) Ambient: NPF 1º EV5 EV24.4 NPF 5º EV3 EV24.4 NPF 10º EV2 EV24.4 Flash: NPF 1º F8 F90.9 NPF 5º F4.0 F90.9 NPF 10º F2.8 F90.9 Now the 5 and 10 degree are both $139.95, but the 1 degree is $159.95. Can someone explain how would I truly benefit from jumping up to the 1 degree meter? I would love to hear what anyone thinks of this meter/brand of meter. I would also love to hear what you all are using and why?