thanks for your feedback, I thought about that option too.
You have to zero the meter by covering the dome and use the screw at the back to put the needle at zero. I could compensate the 1 stop difference by putting the needle one stop further, but I reasoned that I than will miss 1 EV (stop) from the total dynamic range.
The different ISO setting is indeed a risk, which I hope to avoid by putting a small sticker right next to the ISO dial
The meter seems to be consistent over a normal range of lighting conditions when compared to my Gossen Lunasix Pro (within 1/3 -1/2 stop)
Originally Posted by Diapositivo