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D7000 + Light Meter Outdoors

mszak50

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mszak50 Registered since 01st Feb 2009
Thu 09-Jun-11 12:45 PM


I've been shooting with studio lights all winter. Using the D7000 in manual model is pretty easy - meter the lights, set the shutter speed to 200 to kill ambient, ISO 100, and set the aperture to match the metered value. If I want to change the aperture, I change the light output, re-meter and set the aperture. I don't mess with ISO or shutter speed in the studio.

I'd like to do something similar outdoors - where I meter with my handheld light meter in incident mode, somehow tell the camera what the right exposure is, and then be able to change aperture or shutter speed or ISO with the camera preserving the exposure.

Does anyone know if there is away to do that with the D7000?

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