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    I think meter of any brand like Gossen, Sekonic and Minolta are fine. I like Minolta and had the Flashmeter III and Spotmeter M for a long time. When I found out that Minolta stopped making meters I bought the flashmeter VI and like it fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ben1
    So what brand/model meter is good ???

    are the sekonic 308 type any good?.
    I think the L-358 is a bit more versatile than the L-308. The other possibility for this is to add one of three different spot metering attachments to the L-358. If you have never used a spot meter before, there is sometimes a bit of a learning curve; some people find it quite easy, while others find a spot meter to be a great way to burn through tons of film.

    You might also want to consider the differences between incidence readings and reflective reading. Just that difference can mean a wide variance in settings on the camera, depending upon subject or scene.

    Ciao!

    Gordon

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