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    I would also advise the hand held meter... It won't take up much room in your bag and you would have the option of taking incident or reflected readings. If anything, consider it a backup to the on-camera meter of the Yashica.

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    Have you compared your internal meter reading with your handheld reflective meter? Do you get results that are significantly different? I've found the meter in my 124 to be pretty accurate; once you understand it's angle of coverage and the limitations of any "non-spot" reflective meter. Especially for b/w and color negative films. That said, I'd bring the incident meter along for incident readings (and backup).
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