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    Sekonic L-VI Seiko light meter w/pouch, box, manual

    I'm cleaning out the basement and am getting rid of everything I no longer use!

    This is a Sekonic L-VI Seiko light meter with the original box, fake leather pouch, metal carrying strap and instruction manual. The light meter is in very good condition and responds to different conditions; I am unsure of the accuracy. The manual is in good condition. The handsome box is unfortunately in poor condition with the corners from one end being torn.

    Make me an offer and we'll work out the shipping, probably about $8 in Canada and $10-12 to the USA.
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    So how hard would it be to compare the light meter readings with another camera you have? To just say it responds to light is pretty lame IMHO.
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    I have that meter and it is still very accurate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Rose View Post
    So how hard would it be to compare the light meter readings with another camera you have? To just say it responds to light is pretty lame IMHO.
    Sorry to disappoint.
    I'll see if I can find a camera or light meter with batteries and get something resembling a useful comparison reading.



 

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