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FS For Sale: Sekonic L-358 | Location: USA | Ships: USA

Discussion in 'Member Buy, Sell & Trade' started by taat2d, May 6, 2019.

  1. taat2d


    Sep 28, 2007
    What type of listing is this?

    For Sale

    What are you trying to sell/buy/trade?

    Sekonic L-358

    What are your prices?


    Where are you located?


    Where are you willing to to ship?



    Haven’t been on here in quite awhile. A lot has changed and I just don’t have the time to shoot anymore. Selling off some gear. Selling a like bran new Sekonic L-358 light meter. If I used it 3-4 times I’d say that’s a lot. You can check my feedback her and on fredmiranda.com. You won’t be disappointed buying from me. Unfortunately I don’t have to box or manual. $135 shipped to you door OBO. PP or pickup only.

    Payment accepted

    Regular PayPal (fee included in price)

    Shipping method

    Shipping charge

    Handling time



    Additional comments

    Not open to trade offers, Open to reasonable offers below asking price, Buyer must have a PayPal confirmed address, Will only ship to the address indicated on PayPal payment


    I have read and agree to the Buy and Sell rules.

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  2. SRHEdD


    Mar 20, 2017
    Viera, Florida USA
    Does it have the RT-32N module?
  3. taat2d


    Sep 28, 2007
    I only have what’s shown in the photo.
  4. That is an awesome light meter.
    I have the same one and I have gotten a lot of use out of it.
    High school basketball gyms have the worst lighting but this meter helped me shoot manual and it was always spot on. The white balance was usually a problem with the cycling lights. If the exposure was right with the light meter the white balance was easy to change on the raw file.
  5. taat2d


    Sep 28, 2007
    I bought and never really had a need for it. If I used it a handful of times that’s a lot.
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