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    Quote Originally Posted by E. von Hoegh View Post
    The original LunaSix is my main meter, along with a Weston Master III that I like using with the Invercone.

    A meter movement is very difficult to get repaired properly, it's a job for a watchmaker really. The LunaSix has been in my hands since the late 80s or early 90s, it's still accurate and reliable after being recalibrated ca. 1995 by Gossen. I have a LunaSix 3 and a LunaPro NIB for backups, along with an NIB Master III.
    My brother.

    ... escept I have a Sekonic L-558 as a backup!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianShaw View Post
    My brother.

    ... escept I have a Sekonic L-558 as a backup!
    Just the one for backup??!!?? Seems chancy....


    I should have been more clear, only the Weston and the LunaPro are NIB. They were cheap, and they don't take up much room. Now if I just get another LunaPro or LunaSix 3, I'll be set. After I make sure they're calibrated, that is.

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    I must make a confession here. I love the Sekonic L28-c2. I have owned three of them now, the first two having been lost in fires (not failing). The damn things are zero maintenance and just work. They are cute, to boot.

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    that's my favorite
    Regards

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    There are a number of really fine light meters out there, however I'm partial to Gossen meters myself. I own two Luna-Pro's and a Super Pilot, all three work just fine. If I were to need a newer meter, I'd go with another Gossen as they've given me excellent service. Such things are a personal choice however.

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