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Discussion in 'Studio Equipment and Lighting' started by rumbull, Nov 5, 2008.

  1. Hi been looking at light meters witch one do you use any info on the benefits
  2. I use the Sekonic L-358 with the internal PocketWizard module. It allows me to trigger my PW equipped strobes wirelessly when I take readings.
  3. yendikeno


    Mar 31, 2008
    While I don't have the PW module inside, I'm also a big fan of the Sekonic 358.
  4. WayneF


    Apr 3, 2006
    Do you mean for manual studio flash? Do you mean for incident in daylight?

    I have the Sekonic L-308S (lower cost than the 358), and it is more than plenty for manual studio flash. Could not ask for more.

    But it is "shutter preferred only" (ideal for studio flash), and is not the best choice in daylight. But I use the Nikon camera meter in daylight.
  5. rbellphoto


    Jun 8, 2006
    Another vote for the L-358.
  6. Hi thanks will look at sekonic looked at the gosson starlite but it has a big price diffrence
  7. I too bought this as my D80 meter is in my eyes; quirky at best. To have this budget meter available is a great validation... I had looked at the higher price models but on my beer budget this was the fit for me... +1
  8. sergeantcigar


    Jan 3, 2007
    I have the L-358, and love it. However, I just picked up a used Polaris SPD-100 for a cousin of mine. It was a lot less money, and it works great. It isn't waterproof, and the plastic isn't as nice, but it is accurate. After I got it, I found that it is the meter used by some of the portrait studios around town.
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