|In Which it is Discovered that Progress has Passed Me By
||[Mar. 12th, 2017|10:33 pm]
So, I said to myself, the auto-exposure function on my camera is pretty neat, and does a reasonable job under most lighting conditions, but I realized while backlighting something with the sun the other day that I want a reflected light metre. Haven't a clue what happened to my old Sekonic clamshell metre.
Honest to God, looking at them online, I'd not even have recognized most of these as light metres. Some of them (a lot of them) interface with your computer to adjust your monitor colour. Some have radio networking. I'm suffering from what Toffler called future shock, I think.
This is what I'm usedto. This one I could use without having to read an instruction book.