Excerpt: I use this lighmeter at every single session I shoot and it's simple and very precise. It's small and light so I can wear it around my neck without any problems. The only thing I would like is the power-up time to be faster.
Excerpt: This is a simple and basic light meter. It does what I need it to do perfectly. I was looking for an inexpensive meter that had the basics. I did not want to spend a ton of money and I did not need a light meter with a bunch of gizmos and gadgets.
Excerpt: Very simple to use, just read the quick instructions to set things up. Helps you look more professional and save a bunch of time guessing and checking when using off camera flash. If it doesn't get it perfect its going to be so close that the second shot would be exactly what you're looking for.
Excerpt: This meter is dead easy to use, largely because it is not cluttered with features most of us don't need often if ever. This meter is one you put at the subject location or hold in the sun to obtain a single reading.
Excerpt: I have not worked studio photography for some time and as I slowly getting back into it I wanted to have a hand held light meter to ensure that I have the best settings for maximum quality. It might be a bit old school but that's how most of the iconic photographs were taken.
Pros: Accurate, Compact, Consistent, Lightweight, Strong Construction