Excerpt: Been thinking of getting a light meter for years, but never did. Always thought, wasn't necessary since I had the camera and histogram. But it will save you so much time, never need to chimp when shooting again. You will get a perfect exposure every time.
Excerpt: I have always used trail and error to get my studio settings right. This sometimes took a lot of time. I decided to try a light meter and man does it make a difference. I use impact transcievers but my partner uses Pocket Wizards. With Pocket Wizards you can test your lights right from the meter.
Excerpt: Over the years I have had a dozen meters. I was glad to finally see one done with digital readouts that a guy over 40 can read. Good size fonts at least better than anything else I have seen. Some say it feels cheap.
Excerpt: PROS: - Full featured, it does just about everything. - Easy to read displays and easy to use touchscreen. - Easy to navigate menu system. - Light weight - Good build quality - ColorChecker Passport is a great companion CON: - Poorly instructions - Don't expect display to be like high res screens...
Excerpt: A bit easier to use than my older gear and with more "bells and whistles" As with any Sekonic gear I've owned, very well built and thought out plus easy to use. Had absolutely no learning curve from previous Sekonic meters. Intuitive.
Excerpt: After a small learning curve this light meter really delivers consistent results. It will be essential as I move forward with my creative photography and video projects. The touch screen will take some getting used to but the ease of use and features are well worth it.
Pros: Compact, Easy to Use, Great Picture Quality, Lightweight