What moves the L-758DR DigitalMaster to the head of the class? It's the only meter that can be calibrated to read light the way your particular camera system reads light.
Every camera system is unique. Optical, mechanical and imaging components all act on each other to produce slight differences in exposure and the dynamic range of the camera system. Sekonic helps you discover the differences in your camera system and use this information to control light, make better exposures and take better pictures than ever before.
By running an easy calibration test using Sekonic's L-758DR, one of Sekonic's Exposure Profile Targets (purchased separately) and the available DTS V3.0 Software (Mac & Windows), you can accurately profile the characteristics of your camera's imaging system to determine its true native ISO, dynamic range and clipping points.
After processing the test data and determining exposure parameters, the resulting data is uploaded from your computer via the included USB cable to the meter, where it is stored as camera profiles. Profiling data from up to three cameras can be stored in your meter for instant recall.
Knowing the dynamic range of your digital camera can help you get the best exposures possible. Using the Sekonic L-758DR Light Meter and Sekonic Exposure Target plus Free Data Transfer Software, you can profile your digital camera and lens combinations. The result is total exposure accuracy.
|Type:||Digital exposure meter for ambient and flash light|
|Receptor Head:||Rotating Domed Head 90° to the right, 180° to the left, Retractable for Contrast Reading|
|Light Receiving Method:||Incident light and reflected light|
|Receptor Incident Light:||Convertible to flat diffuser (Lumisphere in down position)|
|Receptor Reflected Light:||1° spot with display in finder|
|Light Receptor Element:||2-Silicon photo diodes (incident and reflected)|
|Reflected Metering Distance:||3.3' to infinity/1.0m to infinity|
Measuring Range and Modes
|Measuring Modes Ambient Light:||- Aperture priority metering
- EV metering
- Shutter priority metering
|Measuring Modes Flash:||- Measurement using the included wireless flash radio triggering system (cumulative and non-cumulative)
- Without synchro cord (cumulative and non-cumulative)
- With synchro cord (cumulative and non-cumulative)
|Measuring Range (ISO 100) Ambient Light:||- Incident light: EV -2 to EV 22.9
- Reflected Light EV 1 to EV 24.4
|Measuring Range (ISO 100) Flash:||- Incident Light f/0.5 to f/161.2
- Reflected Light f/2.0 to f/161.2
|Repeatability Repeat Accuracy:||(+/-) 0.1 EV or less|
|Calibration Constant Incident:||Lumisphere C = 340, Lumidisc C = 250|
|Calibration Constant Reflected:||K = 12.5|
Display Range and Modes
|Display Range Film Speed:||ISO 3 to 8000 (in 1/3 steps)|
|Display Range Shutter Speeds Ambient:||30 min to 1/8000 sec. (in 1, 1/2, 1/3 steps) plus 1/200, 1/400|
|Display Range Shutter Speeds Flash:||30 min to 1/1000 sec. (in 1, 1/2, 1/3 steps) plus 1/75, 1/80, 1/90, 1/100, 1/200, 1/400|
|Display Range Aperture:||f/0.5 to f/161.2 (in 1, 1/2, 1/3 steps)|
|Display Range EV:||EV -9.9 to EV 46.6 (in 1/10 steps)|
|Display Cine Speeds fps:||2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 18, 24, 25, 30, 32, 36, 40, 48, 50, 60, 64, 72, 96, 120, 128, 150, 200, 240, 256, 300, 360 (shutter angle: 180°)|
|Display Range Analog Scale Aperture:||f/0.7 to f/90 (in 1, 1/3 steps)|
|Display Range Analog Scale EV:||EV -7 to EV 7 (in 1/3 steps)|
|Exposure Out Of Range:||Eu (underexposure) or Eo (overexposure)|
|Memory Function:||9 readings|
|Average Function:||Up to 9 readings can be averaged|
|Flash Analyzing Function:||0 to 100% in 10% increments|
|Multiple Flash Function:||Infinite number of flash readings (Only one digit is displayed when the cumulated number is ten or more)|
|Calibration Compensation:||(+/-) 1.0 EV (in 1/10th steps)|
|Exposure Compensation:||(+/-) 9.9 EV in 1/10 steps)|
|All Weather Feature:||JIS Standard Water Resistance Class 4, Splash Proof Type|
|Auto Power Off:||Yes, Selectable in Custom Functions|
|Battery Power Indicator Display:||Icon with 3 status|
|Second ISO Film Speed Setting:||ISO 3 to 8000 (in 1/3 steps)|
|Tripod Socket/Shoe Mount:||1/4" - 20 thread mount|
|Battery(Power):||(1) 3V Battery, Model CR123A Lithium|
|Diopter Adjustment:||-2.5 to 1.0D|
|Operating Temperature Range:||14? to 122? F / -10? to 50? C|
|Storage Temperature Range:||-4? to 140? F / -20? to 60? C|
Radio Triggering Learn more about Radio Triggering
|Radio Triggering Channels:||1 to 16 channels standard, 17 to 32 "Quad Triggering"|
|Radio Triggering Range:||Up to 100 feet from transmitter to receiver|
|Radio Wave Frequency Europe:||- CH1-CH16 433.62MHz
- CH17-CH32 434.22MHz
|Radio Wave Frequency USA Canada:||- CH1-CH16 344.00MHz
- CH17-CH32 346.50 - 354.00MHz
Dimension and Weight
|Product Dimensions:||6.70x3.80x1.90 in./17.00x9.70x4.80 cm|
L-758 Case, CR123A Lithium Battery, Strap, Lens cap, USB cable, Syncro terminal cap, Sticker for multi-key and CS Operations, Software in CD-ROM, Quick Guide and Operating Manual
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