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Gossen Help. Curious

 
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Jan 08, 2012 21:30 |  #1

Does anybody have a pic of the Gossen Digisix, or other small small Gossen in their hand or by something I can figure out the scale with? A friend told me he takes his EVERYWHERE, he's on assignment overseas and curiosity is killing me. Is it really that small?


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Jan 08, 2012 22:20 |  #2

Just curious what the heck a "Gossen" even is? Never heard of it...


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Jan 08, 2012 22:23 |  #3

There are pictures here. Even one with it mounted in a camera hotshoe.
http://www.kenrockwell​.com/tech/gossen/digis​ix/index.htm (external link)



  
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Jan 08, 2012 22:29 |  #4

I use a Gossen Starlite. Yeah, it's not the most user friendly light meter but a very accurate and powerful tool. The reading is not only in stops, but in fractions between the stops.


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