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    I got one of these from a thrift store. It doesn't use batteries. It uses a selenium cell. The accuracy can be dodge though.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-SEKO...item35c54316ae
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    Thanks for all the advice everyone. I think for now I'll download a couple of apps and see how well they work. I have an Android phone, so Luxi is out for me, but oh well. I will eventually get another Sekonic. I was very pleased with the results I got from the meter I had. It's very strange to me that it just stopped working one day, but I suppose that's how it goes. This break from taking a meter to most locations will give me a chance to work on my mental light meter. Thanks again.

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    I found out this strategy by chance: When I was looking for the best price for a Sekonic L-758 from a reputable dealer, I was also searching amazon.com.

    After several days/weeks of searching amazon, they sent me a $50 off discount! And that's when nobody was discounting the L-758. Yes, I bought it.

    Letting amazon know (indirectly) what you are looking for worked for me. Your mileage may vary.

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    I will 2nd the L-208, my wife got me one for last Christmas, it is just as accurate as my older L-428. The body is plastic so not as robust but with care should give good service. Others may know more.

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    I have a fairly extensive collection of light meters, but the one that always gets used in the Ikophot. No battery, very accurate, small and simple to use.

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    I am rather content with my little Gossen Digisix. It gives incident and 30 deg. reflected metering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    shoot they took my idea... I've been researching this damn thing ... grrr.... I was going to come out with this!!!
    Funny part is a local photog had this idea bout 2 years ago, had the cad drawings and tooling set up, AND has a patent on this same idea. But couldn't go through with it due to an illness. I think I should let him know about this project, he could use the money after suing for patent infringement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thuggins View Post
    I have a fairly extensive collection of light meters, but the one that always gets used in the Ikophot. No battery, very accurate, small and simple to use.
    Me, too. I use the Ikophot T, which takes the common 9-volt battery that lasts a long, long time.

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