Handheld Light Meter For T2

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I have A T2 its a great camera But for one problem I take a lot on night Pictures and can not see the Meter So I wanted to Know If any one can recommend A Good brand light meter(used)for My Camera. I dont what to send a lot of money on one My budget is $40-60. Can anyone Help!

Thanks Richard

-- Anonymous, November 02, 2000


Handheld Light Meter - Gossen Lunasix


Interesting that you should pose this question. I have an FT-1 and was confronting a similar problem. I was running into the problem that I wanted to use the bulb setting for night time photography but the camera's meter would only go down to a 2 second shutter speed.

I recently picked up a Gossen Lunasix from eBay for a very good deal. The older version Lunasix is quite similar to the older version Luna Pro (at least that's what I read) and handles both incidental and reflective light. When available, they go for price range you mention or lower. The one I picked up is in great shape, is extremely easy to use. In addition, it lists shutter speed times up to 8 hrs (far more than I need). A manual for the Lunasix 3 (basically the same as the original Lunasix with the addition of available attachments) can be found at the following link.


So far, I have been very happy with the meter. The fact that I was able to find a manual for the meter online was a bonus.

Hope this info helps.

Steve S.

-- Anonymous, November 02, 2000

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