Asked by kil roy metters — 17 Jun 2012
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Jason Childress said:
I use my hand held meter outdoors,weddings, and portraits
10 months, 3 weeks ago
Joe Taylor said:
I use my Minolta flashmeter in my bedrm. studio, primarily because a handleld meter measures light FALLING on the subject, not reflected from subject as all in-camera meters do,making it somewhat more accurate.Although in-camera meters do a pretty good job, esp. using the
TTL flash setting, they can sometimes be 'fooled' into giving wrong results when in extreme lighting/background settings;also i like combining flash and ambient in a studio enviornment and my hand meters do a good job with this also.-Joe Taylor
10 months, 1 week ago
Michael Stafford said:
Yes, most of my paying business uses 4x5 and larger film cameras; a meter is a necessity. I also use it in incident mode for multiple flash setups with digital.
9 months, 1 week ago
Tom Hopkins said:
Yes, especially high contrast and video work. Prevents unpleasant surprises.
7 months, 2 weeks ago
Jesse Plummer said:
I use one on my Samsung Rugby Pro. It seems to agree with my Canon XT's readings.
1 month ago
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