Hi I currently use a Weston III with my MF cameras, I prefer to hand meter because I enjoy that method of capture, and my images are usually pretty well exposed (OK the occasional duffer but that's to be expected). However I am wondering if I need to get a meter which will allow me to take incident readings, I am told that if I want to get 'serious' (ITS A HOBBY !) then I need to take this step- but I thought I got along fine :confused: For most shots that look tricky I walk over to the subject if possible and take readings on dark and bright areas and make a 'guestimate' for mid tone or else meter for what I am most interested in, usually the shadows. If I could take incident readings would I be able to get better readings ? The issue is becoming more important since I started using studio lights (Tungsten) for a few shots. I bracket anyway but wondered if an icident meter would be better. I am considering a Weston V/invercone or a Gossen Sixtar (or Norwood Director if I can find one) anyone any views on these meters ? Sorry for the length of the post- help is very much appreciated.