Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2000/10/09

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Subject: [Leica] Re: Hand held light meter
From: Jim Brick <>
Date: Mon, 09 Oct 2000 17:25:08 -0700
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Get a digital Gossen Luna Pro digital. It has so many great features,
you'll be amazed. Scene averaging, auto filter factor determination,
instant on - while the meter is off, point it at the scene, push the read
button which turns it on AND takes the reading simultaneously and
instantly. 25 degree reflected reading. Plus much much more.

Super meter,

See a picture (European name on it) at:


At 04:47 PM 10/9/00 -0700, Bill Lawlor wrote:
>I'm still using an old Gossen Super Pilot meter running on mercury cells
>when I shoot 'chromes. One of these days it will have to be replaced, even
>if my M3 and Rolleiflex never will. Whenever possible I meter in incident
>mode, but, some situations require reflected readings. I am looking for a
>compact incident/reflected meter. I've not used a digital model but would
>consider one. It should be at least small enough for a shirt pocket. Some
>times I carry a Rollei 35 for the meter and as a backup, but, it has no
>incident function.
>Any suggestions from the group?
>Thanks, Bill Lawlor