Niall Conroy Posted September 19, 2011 Share Posted September 19, 2011 Just a thought...if I can't get my hands on a proper light meter, so decide to use my DLSR (canon 60D) - do you think one could get a semi-accurate example of what the exposure may look like? So lets say i'm shooting with some 100D at 24fps - Could I take my DSLR, set the ISO to 100 and the shutter speed to 40(apparently the elmo's shutter speed is 39, but 40 will do) and then mess with the aperture till i get an exposure i'm satisfied with - could I then just manually set the elmo with this aperture and be confident that it will produce an accurate exposure? I guess I could test this by seeing what the automatic exposure says on the elmo and then cross referencing it with my DSLR exposure... anyone ever tried this? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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