Which lightmeter from these?

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  1. Lol999

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    Okay, I know lightmeter threads have been done but I can't find one with views on these meters. I'm looking at either:

    Weston Master V - can get invercone later

    Gossen Lunasix 3

    Sekonic L-188

    Really I'm torn between the Gossen and the Weston. Back in the day I used a Leningrad 4, even at low light and never had a problwem but I'm pushing the boat out a bit more this time. I particularly want something to read at low light levels for say dawn/dusk shots. I've never taken incident readings before but it is a good option to have, hence the focus on the Weston and Gossen. As mentioned I'm an impoverished mature student so it's got to be a e-bay job.

    Thoughts please?
     
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    Job done! Just bought a Gossen Lunasix 3 off E-Bay with two new 1.35v batteries fitted:heart: Can't wait to get some moonlight shots going:mrgreen:
     
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    what is a lightmeter?
     
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