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  1. Hello everybody, I was wondering if any of you have any suggestion for me about a cinematography manual that covers the most recent topics like sensors, color spaces ect ect. Thank you so much, Davide
  2. Just looking to see what tools each of you use in your metering the exposure of a scene. I currently use a combination of a Minolta MK.IV incandescent light meter and the waveform/histogram from the camera itself (in this digital age). I am looking to use a spot meter more for more accurate readings but I am wondering if I should throw some money down on a Minolta or Sekonic. Or just use the spot metering of my Canon 60d SLR instead. What do you find works the best in metering a scene effectively? Cheers!
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