Thread: Analog Light Meter recommendation

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  1. #1 Analog Light Meter recommendation 
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    I am looking for an analog cine light meter (only need incident and reflective readings). The digitals are nice but overly complex with features I really don't use often. There is the Sekonic L-398a Studio Deluxe III that looks interesting but it seem to lack some Cine feature (like shutter angle; not sure if it has T-stops). If you are using an analog light meter, what is it and why do you like it?
    Last edited by EYu; 03-09-2019 at 09:31 PM.
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    totally different thing (digital, you need iOS device), but I use it all the time:
    price is also not too bad.
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    Gossen Lunasix. Just a very simple and easy to use.
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