Digital Industrial Lightmeters - Lots of models and use at MF
Originally Posted by PentaxBronica
If you have a smartphone (particularly an Android one) then try a light meter app first.
I use the BeeCam one on my HTC, it's an incident meter and seems pretty effective assuming you know how to use it (you need to make sure that the light level falling on the meter is the same as that falling on the subject). It worked fine in woodland with uneven lighting, both heavy overcast and sunlight (different days).
I've used it with both the Zeiss Ikon and the Bronica ETR now, no exposure problems with either.
Read the past posts first, this is not an option for him.
The Noteworthy Ones - Mamiya: 7 II, RZ67 Pro II / Canon: 1V, AE-1 / Kodak: No 1 Pocket Autographic, No 1A Pocket Autographic
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Stone , thank you for your help. One APUGer from New Mexico who is locomotive engineer has offered me his spare one.
Thanks everyone , my Cosina have no electronics working and I was in need for Nettar also. Thank you Railroad man.
And Thank you all for all of your efforts to help.
What a lovely thing to work on these diesel electric things, I wish this economic crisis dont effect the producers and workers.
My sister was a PhD student at Harvard and She visited New Mexico 5 months ago. She appeared at local newspaper as the rare few student researcher who visited Carlsbad and stayed there for a month