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    FS Sekonic L-398A studio deluxe III

    Bought this meter brand new three months ago. Excellent condition. Comes with original box, manual, pouch etc. No batteries needed.

    Sending from Europe, worldwide shipping estimates 20 USD.
    Why do I sell? I am into spotmetering now. Will sell that meter probably in about three months ...

    This L398A will be yours for 100 USD plus shipping.

    Regards, Hans
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    A fantastic meter - good price too

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    sale terminated

    Thanks, Davela.

    No luck sofar, I will move this item to another channel.

    H

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    Half price for a great classic meter! C'mon people!
    Stop worrying about grain, resolution, sharpness, and everything else that doesn't have a damn thing to do with substance.

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    Hans - recommend you keep it if you don't get what you want - based on your comment about duration of your next meter, you may wish you had kept it. Incident readings are the only kind that tell you about the light, not the subject - always give you valid info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Collier View Post
    Hans - recommend you keep it if you don't get what you want - based on your comment about duration of your next meter, you may wish you had kept it. Incident readings are the only kind that tell you about the light, not the subject - always give you valid info.
    I've got two of them. And a bunch of other reflected sorts of meters. Gossen, Soligar and so on. I would not get rid of my incident meter, even though I don't usually depend on it.



 

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