The Sekonic L-758 is designed to use user generated profiles for digital sensors or film types to enable more accurate light readings and indications of image areas out of the exposure range for the digital sensor or film. I have been able to find a lot of information on calibration and profiling of digital cameras (naturally) with this meter, but (naturally) nothing on how the procedure is done for film. Does anybody have any experience using this meter with film? Have you tried/succeeded in profiling any film types? If so, have you found it helpful, or is this tilting at windmills to try to attain such accuracy and information from a light meter? The thing does sound good on paper, and costs minimally more (new) that a Pentax Spotmeter. If it can function as touted by Sekonic, I can see it providing real value above and beyond a simpler meter.
I'd very much like to hear of anybody's experience who has actually worked with the meter, particularly with regards to usefulness of film profiling or comparisons with the Pentax or other meters.
Thanks and good day to all,