Hi group members,
Just a quick question: My K-3 is finally on its' way (after customs paperwork). It comes with all the usual filters. One is very important for me: the ND filter. Here in Portugal sunlight is very bright and intense.
I couldn't find any information about how many stops I will 'lose' with the neutral density filter. Online translated K-3 instructions only mention the filter, but no value is provided.
I thought about using the spot metering in my analog Sekonic, pointing it at a bright wall (or various objects for that matter) and compare the f-stop readings with and without the filter held over the meter. Does this method work?
Any input highly appreciated,