Just of curiosity, I tested the in-camera meters of several cameras. For a certain scene, with ISO 200 and F8, Bronica ETR AE III spot reading 1/10 sec. Bronica SQ AE III spot reading 1/10 sec. Nikon F100 spot reading 1/15 sec. Nikon D200 spot reading 1/15 sec. Nikon D70 spot reading 1/20 sec. I do not have a hand-held spot meter and would like to bring a 35mm or MF camera and to use the built-in spot meter. With the above, should I trust the old Bronica meter, or the newer D200 meter? I know the difference is small, but 1/2 a stop is still very important with my LF.