birderman wrote in post #18495268
Yep I could, but I want to know dimensions and if they need to be specific to match different focal lengths etc. and know a technical term will help with googling....
I know a machinist who can make those for you for about $200. (Be sure to include a measuerment of how long your arm is.) By his choice of materials, they should last several hundred years, so pro-rated they would be cheap at that price.
And as you know, the reading from the reflected meter in your camera is heavily influenced by the tones in your subject, so I recommend that you buy my old incident meter which actually reads the light falling on the subject without that nasty influence.
Downside is that you'll have to run downrange several hundred yards (meters to you) to read that light falling on the subject, but just think about what wonderful shape you'll be in after a year of that! ; )