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LandscapeS -Light Meter - ?


stevenj 16 2.0k England
8 Feb 2007 10:42AM
..and looks like Jeremy Clarkson ;oD

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keithh 15 25.5k 33 Wallis And Futuna
8 Feb 2007 10:47AM
Less of it....although I am free
stevekhart 13 4.5k 3 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2007 10:47AM
Come off it Keith, you charge a ruddy fortune!
keithh 15 25.5k 33 Wallis And Futuna
8 Feb 2007 10:50AM
only for photography
Wink

darling
stevekhart 13 4.5k 3 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2007 10:51AM
It's dahling to you!
Wink
stevenj 16 2.0k England
8 Feb 2007 10:52AM
Come off it, we all know that Keith gives advice freely here on the forums, but lands Pete with a huuuuge invoice at Focus for his year's work

:oD
ZenTog 17 7.9k 1 England
8 Feb 2007 11:03AM
thats why pete had a bill for 30,000 for focus then!!!
stevenj 16 2.0k England
8 Feb 2007 11:17AM
No Paul, that was just for TJ's Diet Coke habit.. :o)
deviant 15 3.1k 1 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2007 2:11PM
Another vote for the Sekonic L-558. I only tend to use with studio lighting though. I use 45 point focus for landscape with spot metering tied to 7 focus points. That's on the rare occasion I do what passes for a landscape...
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devo 12 14
9 Feb 2007 6:02PM
I got a used "mint" Gossen-lunasix-3s,for 59!-with a case and g/tee,tey cost about 280,new. Otherwise i use my old westons,use the "invercone"for "incident" light readings,and you can never fail.
dazzaman 13 631 England
19 Feb 2007 11:45PM
ive got a gossen digisix for sale,if you are interested

daz.


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