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John durisko

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Incident Light Meter
« on: February 13, 2020, 01:32:17 am »

Polling to see if anyone has experience with the cheaper incident capable light meters like on Amazon. How do they compare to the Sekonic units costing hundreds? Are they durable enough to toss in the workbox for those few gigs a year that you just need a meter for? Hoping for under $50 but willing to spend up to $100. any more than that, I may as well consider the Sekonic. 
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Re: Incident Light Meter
« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2020, 03:56:03 pm »

Polling to see if anyone has experience with the cheaper incident capable light meters like on Amazon. How do they compare to the Sekonic units costing hundreds? Are they durable enough to toss in the workbox for those few gigs a year that you just need a meter for? Hoping for under $50 but willing to spend up to $100. any more than that, I may as well consider the Sekonic.

I have a multimeter with lux sensing.
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