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    Gossen DigiPro-F question

    The manual and sales promo says the DigiPro-F will store several reading in memory, but no where can I find how to retrieve those readings???
    Someone who is familiar with this meter can you tell me how to recall readings?
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    It stores in the memory the last meter reading that you made in the ambient mode and in the flash mode it will remember several readings and give you a cumulative total of them the I.S.O set, and any other settings even after it has switched itself off, it will not take several individual ambient light exposure readings and average them for that you need the Gossen Starlite. http://www.amazon.com/Gossen-GO-4045.../dp/B00009R944
    I've had one of these meters for a couple of years and find it very user friendly, pocketable,robust and accurate, I particularly like the ability to take contrast readings, I do have other more sophisticated digital meters, but this is the one I use most. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
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    Well I used the DigiPro for the first time yesterday and I like it! it is easy to use and form the way the roll of film turned out it seems to nail the exposure! I aslo like the "Contrast" feature. It really seems to be a "dynamic range" feature if I understand it correctly????
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    With the contrast feature the first reading on the left hand side of the reading of dashes that are at half stop intervals at the bottom of the display is the the first one taken when you pressed the button to take the reading which makes it easy to take a Grey Card reading first before metering the rest of the scene it's very handy to see if the scene is within the film's ability to record it. I really like the Digipro it's one of the most pleasant to use, easy to read, accurate, and reliable meters at a reasonable price made today, and although I have other digital meters that have the ability to take spot readings as well this is the one I use the most.
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