Sekonic LiteMaster Pro L-478DR (With Phottix Radio Transmitter)

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Sekonic's LITEMASTER PRO L-478-Series meters are the world's first touch-screen-operated light meters. They have an array of unique, must-have features for both still and motion story tellers. Their compact size is both instantly familiar and comfortable to use. A large LCD (2.7") displays ambient, flash, cine and a host of other information in a clear and understandable way. Settings are made by simply touching or sliding a finger over the screen.

The L-478 meters can be quickly calibrated to your camera using Sekonic's Data Transfer software and either Sekonic or X-Rite Brand targets or by manually inputting data to the DTS program or on the meter itself.

Keeping pace with wireless advancements, the L-478DR-U-PX comes complete with exclusive Phottix wireless triggering technology which combines light measurement with triggering as selected Channels and Groups providing amazing control in your hand. .

The L-478DR-U-PX has a radio module and antenna built into the meter. The system transmits at 2.4GHz and uses Phottix Strato II signal protocols that can trigger channels and groups to fire any flash connected to a Phottix Strato or Strato II receiver or Atlas II set to receive as well as Phottix Mitros+ and Indra flashes set to Strato II receive function. When shooting, photographers can pick from various Phottix transmitters including the Odin, Odin II, Strato, Strato II, Strato TTL, and Atlas II set for transmit.

The L-478 series meters offer the following languages in the interface: Japanese, English and Chinese. Depending on the country where the meter is purchased, the language is fixed and cannot be changed by the user.

Please be sure to check the radio frequency and language before purchase.

Packaging Weight 0.77 lb. (0,35kg)
Packaging Dimensions 8.26" L x 5.82" W x 1.96" H (21cm x 14,8cm x 6cm)
Receptor Head Incident light and reflected light
Light Receiving Method Incident light and reflected light
Receptor Incident Light Convertible to flat diffuser (Lumisphere in retracted position)
Receptor Reflected Light 5° spot with optional viewfinder
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 1/10 stops)
Exposure Compensation (+/-) 9.9 EV (in 1/10 stops)
Custom Functions 14 custom functions
Auto Power Off Selectable in Custom Functions
Measuring Range and Modes
Measuring Modes Ambient Light Aperture priority, Shutter speed priority, TF priority, CINE, HD Cine, Illuminance (lx/fc), Luminance (cdm2/fl)
Measuring Modes Flash Cord (PC), Cordless, Radio Triggering (with/without mulitple cumulative)
Measuring Range (ISO 100) Flash 0.63 to 2,000,000 lux - 0.10 to 180,000 fc
Measuring Range Brightness 0.25 to 190,000 cd/m2 - 0.10 to 190,000 foot lamberts
Display Range and Modes
Display Range Film Speed ISO 3 to 409,600 (in 1/3 stops)
Display Range Shutter Speeds Ambient 31 min. to 1/64,000 sec. plus 1/200, 1/400 sec (in 1, 1/2 and 1/3 stops)
Display Range Shutter Speeds Flash 31 min. to 1/1000 sec 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 and 1/3 stops)
Display Range EV EV-27.9 to EV55.8 (with Incident light reading of ambient light)
Display Range Cine Speeds fps 2 to 1000 f/s, plus user created settings: 20 entries
Display Range Shutter Angle 1°to 358°, plus user created settings: 20 entries
Other
Battery Power Indicator Display Icon with 3 status
Battery (Power) 2 AAA drycell batteries (alkaline,manganese, lithium, nickel hydride, or nickel based)
Radio Triggering
Radio Triggering System: Phottix Strato II
Frequency: 2.4GHz
Triggering Range: Up to 100 feet, Transmitter-Receiver
Channels/Groups: 4 Channels / 4 Groups

 

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