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    And looking at the pricing at Adorama I woud suggest a reputable seller on ebay, et al. Not to rub any faces in it but I sold one early last year to a lady in Minnesota for $175. A 358 that is. Deals are out there. But that 358 is a lower price than when I purchased mine around 2000.
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    I third or fourth the suggestions for a 358. I've used my Sekonic meter in all sorts of crap, and I love it. And their customer service is great as well.
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    What about a Sekonic L-758D? It has spot metering, incident, reflective, all the features that the 358 does, only the thing that throws me off is the "D". Supposedly this camera has been made with digital cameras in mind? What exactly does that mean?
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    A Sekonic that I have used is the lesser-known L-718. They seem quite affordable when they come up in the used market. Attached is the quick card showing its basic features. I've got a pdf of the manual if you wish to study any more of the particulars. It's a very intuitive-to-use, solid performer.
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