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I want to get a studio strobe again, and rather than find where the fuck my light meter went, I was wondering if any of the light meter apps on iOS are worth a shit, when coupled with the instant gratification of digital photography.
 

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No. There's no decent attachments to provide accurate data. You can pick up a second hand Sekonic L308 for like $75-$120 if you can't find yours.
 

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No. There's no decent attachments to provide accurate data. You can pick up a second hand Sekonic L308 for like $75-$120 if you can't find yours.
That's what I figured. Would have been cool though, as it's one less thing, you know? Ah well.
 

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I'm sure Sekonic or maybe even Canon will come up with something one day, especially given the wifi connectivity on many cameras. Hell, give me a light meter/rf trigger attachment for my iPhone that connects to my camera and I'll be as happy as a pig in shit.
 

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I'm sure Sekonic or maybe even Canon will come up with something one day, especially given the wifi connectivity on many cameras. Hell, give me a light meter/rf trigger attachment for my iPhone that connects to my camera and I'll be as happy as a pig in shit.
Yeah, that'd be sweet. The last time I worried about this shit was shooting film in an F3, with a Novatron kit. It's been awhile.
 

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I'm pretty sure novatron would stil be making the same strobes. :lol:
 
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