Been spending a lot of time on here!
- Dec 4, 2008
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- Woodbridge, Ontario, Canada
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My old Westron Master is, once you've got used to it, far easier to use than that appears (No need to constantly adjust aperture & shutter speed). Even just a simple single digit display showing how many stops above/below the settings are would be a big improvement...How photography used to be complicated.......
Gossen Lunasix 3 - purchased in 1975 and still in regular use after 46 years - with spot metering attachment and PX625 battery adapter.
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How photography used to be complicated.......
Try a Sekonic 308 sometime over these holy relic clunkers.What I like about these is they are small. I would love to find one that more easily fits in my pocket than my huge sekonic 758 for film walk abouts.
Just got mine. $12 and dead on with my $700 sekonic. For field film portraits for incident, it has saved my expensive meter from sand, breakage and loss and takes up no room in my bag as it squeezes in empty spaces and lightens my load. Thanks for the suggestion. You made my life easier.I too have an old-but-accurate meter:
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a Gossen Pilot. Its readings match my Sekonic digital meters.
But, not as great a range as the OP meter I'm sure.