Quote Originally Posted by Lee L View Post
Answer: Because, by design, the incident meter measures the light falling on the subject as seen from the camera. It's not measuring the camera, it's measuring the light falling on the part of the subject that the camera can see. That's what it's designed and calibrated to do.

Lee
Suppose my humor isnt appreciated as much as I thought...

Eh...I still chuckle at that crotchety quote...w/e