Hi to all! I have just purchase a Mamiya 645 pro tl with the AE FE401 metered finder. If I understand how the caméra works (I have already a Bronica with waist level finder), I'm not shure of how to use at best the metered finder. I did my first film (color) with it yesterday, and looking at the results, I dont see much differences. Maybe the conditions were not the best (heavy sunlight at 12h00). Well... I was eager to try my new «toy»! Using the finder in «spot» mode is easy to understand: I've been shooting «spot» all my life (minolta). But what are the advantages of using the «average» mode? In what kind of situations is average reading the most usefull (best results)? And in what kind of situations the auto mode would be prefered? I can guess that in landscape photography, the average mode can offert an advantage (unless I want to under(over) expose a section of the photo). But say in fashion or portrait? Or urban photography? There must be typical situations where these 3 modes produce the «best» results (keeping in mind that I can «override» a «setting» to get a particular effect). Having in mind typical situations will help me, I'm shure, to understand this metered finder. Thanks for your time. R.