I recently had a really short conversion with 2 Pro landscape photographers on the field. Both of them have this L758D light meter. They said this is a really great tool and way better than in camera metering system. It can help to make good pics. I didn't have a chance to ask them questions at all but their pics look better than mine (same location, same camera).
For landscape (digital) shooter, do you guys think light meter is really a critical tool? Does it do far better job than in camera (5D MII) metering? I thought PS can do pretty much anything. i.e. blend different exposures, etc.. but I believe that there are reasons these light meters still exist.
I googled Sekonic L758D, WOW! It's $$$$$$ and looks complicated to use, so your inputs?????