Saw an ad on craigslist about a Camera show nearby, so I figured I went. I was pretty disappointed seeing how everything there was about 99% film related. The only thing that really caught my eye was a Sekonic light meter. Having no clue what I was about to pick up, but figured I'll just wing it. Not always a good decision, but after playing with it for a few minutes, I decided to buy it. I was expecting to see more studio equipment, but again, there was nothing related to be found. One of the coolest thing there, was a carbon monopod, it looked real beefy, and REAL expensive, so I just look right past it . Walked around the 2,000 sq foot lot about three times, before I decided to buy anything. I had the mentality that I just HAD to buy something before leaving, so I swooped up the meter . It's a Sekonic L-718. Kinda upset cause it doesn't read at 1/200(my max sync speed) only 125 and 250, but I'll live. Here are some samples at various ISOs and, aperatures, and light outputs. 50mm 1.4 and a 580ex bounced off ceiling. (ISO reading is on the top right of the LCD, and the rest of the info is on there as well) This is dark, cause I metered for ISO 1600, instead of 3200.