I still have two working examples and occasionally use it as a secondary meter source. This photo is two camera iterations before my current Nauticam/Canon rig, a Canon AXXX something other in a Ikelite box housing with an Inon wide angle lens, strobe and the Sekonic:
Seemed to work okay because the photo above was shot by a pro using a DSLR and here with my really, really, really, old school Canon, managed this:
Of course, Luis, I think it is, helped with some additional back lighting, thanks!
The Canon light meter of this generation Canon P&S was not very good and I had better results using the Sekonic and then dialing the numbers into the Canon. My current, apparently according to some GEN Xer, S90 is old school (what a maroon), but at least the exposure meter is easy to use thus negating the need for the Sekonic.
I am better than I used to be but only when I want to be