It is very easy to get used to the Lunasix's configuration for incident readings. Remember that you just have to take the reading in that position - you can then bring the meter to a more comfortable position to spin and read the EV, shutter speed and aperture dials.
And be sure to have the subject move out of the way, and put the dome where the subject was if the lights are close. A difference of the length of the meter may cause underexposure if the lights are very close. Sometimes when I shoot tight portraits with hot lamps, the lights are within a few feet.
Originally Posted by MattKing