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- n. Alternative form of light meter.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I used that camera for a time, and it had a hand-held lightmeter.
But film prices seem to be staying pretty consistent and I've been reluctant to commit to buying all the equipment camera, lens, lightmeter, scanner, polarizing filters for lights and cam, better lights when a little voice in my head keeps saying, " yeah but digital technology is advancing and becoming cheaper exponentially..."
Talking of Billy, he's got his lightmeter out; and the lights are coming on.
I determined the light on stage was 1/60s at f4 (ISO 1600) with my Sekonic lightmeter.
Okay so I'm on holiday in LA, and I need to get one roll of 120 film developed to check I'm using my Bronica SQ-B and lightmeter correctly.
I did the same thing -- put an expensive Lunasix lightmeter on the bench, outside the Dole Plant in Hawaii, while changing film.