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Monday, January 17, 2011

Sekonic L-308DC DigiCineMate


Features a full range of shutter speeds

• The Lumidisc is perfect for lighting green screens, adjusting ratios and taking lux and foot-candle measurements.
• Reflected light readings enable measuring the brightness of subject tones, gray cards, light sources or window light.

Calibration Compensation
Adjust the Sekonic L-308DC to film or digital camera sensors or match the L-308DC to other handheld meters.

Custom Setting
Three custom settings tune meter operations and displays to fit camera and metering requirements.

Illuminance Measurement
Lux (lx) and foot-candle (fc) display is especially useful for cinematography, theatrical and other applications that require precise control of light source brightness. Custom settings allow users to select lux, foot-candle or no display.

About Sekonic Corporation
Sekonic Corporation Japan provides the widest range of light measurement devices for photographers around the world. Established in June 1951 as Seiko Electric Industries Co., Ltd., the first Sekonic brand exposure meter introduced was the revolutionary Sekonic P-1. Over the years, worldwide demand for exposure meters resulted in the growth and construction of a new factory in June of 1959. By August of 1961 the Tokyo facility was authorized as a JIS Designated Factory for "electric exposure meters for photographic use". Through the years Sekonic meters were so well recognized that in February 1984 the Sekonic Digipro X-1 and L-518 meters, were taken into space on the NASA Space Shuttle. Today Sekonic continues to produce and develop meters for every aspect of photography serving the film, video, cinematography and digital photographic marketplace.

Sekonic products are marketed exclusively by MAC Group (www.MACGroupUS.com) in the USA, and sold by distributors around the world.


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