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 Posted: Wed Mar 31st, 2021 09:13
jk



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Yes indeed.
I used to have a Weston Master V with invercone but whilst it was a good meter in ordinary light it was useless indoors.
I bought a Gossen Luna Six Pro that did both flash and natural light. Unfortunately like most more sensitive meters it needs a battery!  This has a built invercone that slides over the cell.
I also have a Sekonic L-308B and a L-758D which is fantastic.  Both do flash, incident or reflective light.  

The L-308B is a superb meter. It is small, light and ver accurate.  It is very reasonably priced.
The L-758D is brilliant as a studio flash meter and where you are working at a distance from the subject.  This is an expensive meter but it can do anything.  Bought in a moment of extravagance!



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