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.
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.
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.
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.
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.