Quote Originally Posted by foc View Post
I haven't used sunny 16 in years as all my cameras had built in meters.
I mostly use sunny 16 in situations where meters don't work - examples of where I have used Sunny 16 would include twilight exposures with a full moon where I wanted to capture detail on the moon - I figure that the moon is in full sunlight, so on a clear night, sunny 16 will give me a good exposure for the moon itself, and it worked.

Also, shooting Las Vegas at night - meter is useless because of the huge contrast in the scene - I mostly want to capture the neon lights, and those hold up well in daylight, so I figure that the exposure is sunny-16, perhaps a bit more - and voila, it worked.