Am filming with a Bolex H16 with a Pan Cinor zoom on it, very difficult to get the correct aperture for the speed I shoot at which is 16&2/3rd fps. My film is Fomapan asa 100. Have been using a Gossen 6 as a meter but the exact speed I film at is an in-between value, and it's often a problem to read off the correct aperture I need, especially in challenging situations.
I was wondering if there is a digital reflective light meter that I could set the fps into, and get an aperture reading that way please? I was looking at the Sekonic 308DC meter but I don't know if it would accept an in-between fps rate? Useless if not, I'd be back to guesstimating between f-stops again.
Advice appreciated :)
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