I've now done a second shoot with the P45 and am still trying to master the concept of ISO50 and my light meter. I use the good old L-358 Sekonic which has been very accurate at ISO 100 & ISO 200 with my Nikon DSLRs. I seem to be under exposing by at least 1/2 a stop when using the same techniques that have served me well for the last few years. I've even snapped off a few shots with the D3 at the equivalent exposure ([email protected] = [email protected]) and been right on. Any ideas here? BTW, ISO100 on the P45 seems to be a bit closer, maybe only a tenth or two under. Of course I can bump the level in C1, but isn't it better to expose correctly in camera?
An example shot at ISO100 that I had to bump the ev by .2 when the meter read f/8 @ ISO 100, 1/125:
Thanks for any suggestions.