Which of these two analog lightmeters would you recommend, Gossen Lunasix 3S or Euro- MASTER 11? Or would I be better off aiming for a small digital lightmeter, eg the Sekonic FLASHMATE L-308S? I need the meter to be tough and accurate, quick to use for B/W portraits, street photography, landscapes in ambient light. I kind of like the display of the analog v digital meters, but what do people with experience of both interfaces think? The Gossen Lunasix 3S can measure in very low light (-4/+17) for night and interiors, has a 7.5 degree spot attachment, and uses a battery. The Euro-MASTER 11, the latest version of Weston exposure meters, does not need a battery and seems more rugged in build but does not have such an impressive light range (+3/+17). http://www.megatron.co.uk/ Thanks! Gavin.