I have to admit I am new to using Super 8, so forgive my lack of knowledge.
I have just bought a Canon 1014 xl-s and put in a Vision 3 50D cartidge, not done any test shoot yet but the camera appears to be in good working order.
Due to issues with cameras reading ISOs nowadays I am using a light meter and hoping to do everything manually, however there seems to be some differences in the way that the camera is reading light as compared to the way the meter is reading it.
I was in my garden and had the meter set to 24fps ISO 50 and in cloudy but bright conditions I am getting a reading of f5.6(9), however with the camera auto reading I am getting somewhere toward f16. Just can't understand it. The meter is a decent Sekonic L-358. Should I just trust the camera on auto and point and shoot?