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IWC Doppel

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Small incident light meters Gossen and Sekonic
« on: September 13, 2013, 01:38:35 AM »

Hi, I have decided against the Sekonic as it has no aperture priority, I don't use flash and want to use the meter as a guide to choosing shutter speed quickly when the lighting situation has changed. particularly outside in shade and sun.

I have pretty much decided on the Gossen as it's set up as I think, can anyone let me know what the difference is between the Digisix and Digisix 2 ?  There is a 30 or so difference, the 2 is clearly the current model and Gossen no longer advertise the original as current but they are available on line ?

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Re: Small incident light meters Gossen and Sekonic
« Reply #1 on: September 13, 2013, 02:55:53 AM »

Which small Sekonic do you mean? The Twinmate 208 is the smallest and it reads like a traditional meter, shutter or aperture priority.

Steve
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