Excerpt: My first light meter so not really sure if it could do the things i need done. It does ambient light, it does flash with a sync cord and most important to me it does flash without a cord. Easy to use. Set ISO, set aperture, trigger a test, reset light, trigger again. Start shooting for real. So much faster than guess and check, guess and check, guess and check. I can't compare features to other meters I don't have but this has the features I need.
Excerpt: Great product! Love the accuracy. I'd buy another one, but wish they changed two things: a. I did some research on this, but not enough, and I hate reading manuals. If I can't figure it out with a couple buttons, I won't buy it. Apparently I can't figure out how to set it to a 50th of a second shutter speed. Or maybe that setting doesn't exist? 60th is the closest you can get.b. the rubber grommet that covers the brass connection on the bottom never stays in.
Pros: Accurate, Compact, Consistent, Lightweight, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I read reviews about this item and felt like it was the right choice for me. So far I am loving it. Simple to use. The sync cord feels a little lose on the contact, but maybe that is a good thing. I have had the tight ones wear out and become useless. I am pleased with it's performance.
Excerpt: This is a super cool meter. I use it every photoshot. There are some things that I dont like but with me it still better than the sekonic 358. Pros: Fast and accurate result. Light weight and good build. The button is simple and easy to use. Use AA battery, so dont worry about out of power. Cons: Only have Speed priority. Have to buy flat and reflection caps separate.
Excerpt: I first ordered the Sekonic L-308DC and found the made of the Sekonic really bad - the Buttons feel very, very cheap. This Kenko Meter is a little bit larger than the Sekonic, but not much. The Meter is the follow-up of the famous one made by Minolta. This meter is intended to be used in the left hand (right hand for the camera). Simple to use and intuitive. The quality is above acceptable (not Leica standard, but o.k.).
Pros: Accurate, Consistent, Lightweight, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I had a Minolta Flashmeter that I loved but lost. While shopping for a new one I discovered this clone for less $$. Totally impressed! Spend the extra cash to get the spot attachment. Have your model hold a gray card, look through the spot and fire the strobe with the meter. Works quick and accurate. I'm an Art Center College of Design, Pasadena grad. Tried tons of meters, this one is the best. Easy, accurate, and reasonable $$!