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#1 simarjit singh

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Posted 13 October 2012 - 10:03 AM

Hi guys.. i want to buy a ight meter. But i dnt have much money... and any one suggest me some model and why should i buy that. And also, will second hand meter a good choice or bad choice?

Plz help ke guys.. i don't hv much knowldgre about it..
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#2 Gib Papazian

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Posted 22 October 2012 - 11:20 PM

Hi guys.. i want to buy a ight meter. But i dnt have much money... and any one suggest me some model and why should i buy that. And also, will second hand meter a good choice or bad choice?

Plz help ke guys.. i don't hv much knowldgre about it..


I am really partial to the Sekonic L-398A Studio III. It does not need batteries and is handy for making quick calculations with the dials. The drawback is that it is harder to read accurately below 10 foot candles. If you are looking to shoot in super low light with a high ISO, I would not recommend it. However, for all other conventional uses, I love it.

Edited by Gib Papazian, 22 October 2012 - 11:22 PM.

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