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  1. Hello everyone, I've been involved in video production for a while now and am now keen to learn more in depth about lighting and getting more experience in the field. Reading about meters, I understand how helpful they are in determining contrast ratios and light levels on interiors and locations, and are especially beneficial when shooting film (I'm getting into shooting 35mm stills lately). My max budget is around £200-400. So far my eyes are on the Sekonic L308X for its footcandle/lux readings, easy-to-find battery and size. However, the things holding me back are: Lack o
  2. Hello, I have the Sekonic L-758DR. It does everything the same as the "Cine" version except footcandles. My question is, is there a simple equation that can determine the amount of footcandles by only knowing the ISO, Shutter and Aperture? Any suggestion on how I can read footcandles without buying the "Cine" version?
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