Summary: This meter is an awesome value with professional features. I use it in the studio and on location, with strobes and natural light. There is always another meter that does more, has more and costs more. This one does 90% of what anyone could want. One drawback is that the radio transmitter is an add on. Mine seems to underexpose, but it is easily calibrated.
Pros: Good Quality, High Value, Professional, Solid Construction
Summary: I am a amateur photographer who mostly does outdoor shoot and occasionally indoor. I bought this meter for my indoor shoots and it has been so useful in low light situations. It's easy to use I didn't need to read the manual... this was a great investment!
Pros: Easy to use, Portable, Sturdy, Weather resistant
Summary: I was looking for a meter for studio work and settled on the L-358. The wireless module that works with the PocketWizard system was a big feature for me. I prefer to not trip over cables all over the studio when working and this makes that possible. The meter has never let me down on an exposure. Highly recommended!
Pros: Accurate, Compact, Great Value, PocketWizard Integration
Summary: Gives me everything I need for photography and video. I don't need the 758 Cine version, which also gives measurements in units like footcandles and such (I would never use that). After much thought, I also concluded I really don't need the 758's spot meter, though I can add one to the 358 if needed. The 358 is pretty easy to learn and is a standard.