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    I use a Sekonic L-398 and it works pretty well. Upshot is that it doesn't need any batteries due to using a selenium (and in the latest model, amorphous silicon) photo cell. Downside is that it's low light response isn't great - but that's usually wingable with "wide open as possible, slowest shutter speed manageable."
    Stop worrying about grain, resolution, sharpness, and everything else that doesn't have a damn thing to do with substance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R.Gould View Post
    Having used a Weston master V for many years I sadly dropped it and broke the glass, I found a Master IV which was cheaper than getting my V repaired, I have other meters, but use the weston for it's accuracy,I second all that BM Bikerider has said about them, I have yet to be let down by a weston,
    I absolutely loved my Weston Master IV while I had it. It was spot on and it also has markings that correspond with older editions of The Negative. I only let it go after upgrading to a spot meter for 4x5.

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