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    Michael Kadillak - thank you for your answer...

    edz - i need spot meter... :/

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    Thanks for the input guys, I really appreciate it - once again, sorryfor budding in

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    no problem man, it is important that u got an answer...

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    I'll add my support for Sekonic's L-508. I've had one for years, and while not as perfectly linear as my ZoneVI Pentax Digital, it's very, very consistent, and very robustly constructed. And for your dual purpose needs, it's set up just fine for cinematography. It'll display FPS's from 2, up to 360 FPS, based on 180 deg. shutter angle. Additional shutter angles of 160 & 220 deg's can be dialed in very simply. I'll try to locate the link on my other computer, but there's a reseller in Hong Kong who sells new L-508's for a very good price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddy
    I'll add my support for Sekonic's L-508. I've had one for years, and while not as perfectly linear as my ZoneVI Pentax Digital, it's very, very consistent, and very robustly constructed. And for your dual purpose needs, it's set up just fine for cinematography. It'll display FPS's from 2, up to 360 FPS, based on 180 deg. shutter angle. Additional shutter angles of 160 & 220 deg's can be dialed in very simply. I'll try to locate the link on my other computer, but there's a reseller in Hong Kong who sells new L-508's for a very good price.
    this is what i wanted to know...

    thx...

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