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    Quote Originally Posted by roteague
    I wonder how many other LF shooters use a 35mm as a light meter?
    I did for a long time, but I got tired of lugging my F5 with me everywhere - it weighs a ton! Still, I got pretty good exposures on my trannies with it as my meter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Graeme Hird
    I did for a long time, but I got tired of lugging my F5 with me everywhere - it weighs a ton! Still, I got pretty good exposures on my trannies with it as my meter.
    That is one big drawback; the N80 (F80) is quite a bit lighter, but it is still something else to carry. The other drawback I see is the use of Split Neutral Density filters, which I use a lot.
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