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I was looking for a light meter and came across a webinar by Joe Brady ( Now a life long friend but we have never met) on the Sekonic L-758DR . Back i... More
I was looking for a light meter and came across a webinar by Joe Brady ( Now a life long friend but we have never met) on the Sekonic L-758DR . Back in the days of film I had a light meter consisting of Dial for f/stop and one for distance markers with a cut out window for the resulting settings. Yep not easy. thankfully I am now in possession of the Sekonic L-758DR what a delight to work with, I couldn't believe the results I am getting with this device, I never do a shoot without it, it cuts out a big chunk of time spent in post processing. Is it worth the price tag? ( yes I pondered over that for a while) Trust me it's worth every penny or dime. Close
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Hi Joe, I purchased a Sekonic L758DR and really appreciate your video tutorials, your explanations never over complicate things and delivered at just... More
Hi Joe, I purchased a Sekonic L758DR and really appreciate your video tutorials, your explanations never over complicate things and delivered at just the right pace. Thank you very much indeed. Close
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International Catalog Number
JH11 (CE - Designated L-758DR, European Manual)
JH12 (Canada - Designated L-758DR, English Manual)
JH1G (China and Taiwan - Designated L-758DR, Chinese Manual)
US Catalog Number
401-758 (JH1L FCC, designated L-758DR-U, English Manual)
L-758DR-U





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L-758DR-U DigitalMaster

What moves the L-758DR-U 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-U, 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-U 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.

Visit our Data Transfer Software page for downloads, information, and compatibility questions.

 

 


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