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Exposure Meters


International Catalog Number
JY11 (CE and Canada - Designated L-858D, European Manual)
JY1G (China and Taiwan - Designated L-858D, Chinese Manual)
US Catalog Number
401-858 (JY1L FCC, Designated L-858D-U, English Manual)

 

L-858D-U





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L-858D-U Speedmaster Light Meter - Technical Specifications


Measuring System

Incident light Swivel head Horizontal (270 degrees)
  Lumidisc Retractable
Reflected ligthg Switching incident/reflected Operation on LCD
  Light receiving angle 1degree(built-in)
  Viewfinder(Optional) No
Flash light Multiple flash mode  Yes
  Cordless/cord-in mode Yes
  Radio triggering mode PocketWizard Yes (optional)
  Radio triggering mode Elinchrom Skyport Yes (optional)
  Radio triggering mode Phottix Yes (optional)
  Flash duration analysis mode Yes
  HSS mode Yes

Measuring Range(ISO100)

Ambient Incident EV -5 to 22.9
  Reflected EV -1 to 24.4
  Option VF 1deg. EV No
  Option VF 5 deg. EV No
  Option VF 10 deg. EV No
  Illuminance LUX 0.1 to 2,000,000 lx
    FC(Foot-Candle) 0.01 to 180,000 fc
  Luminance Cd/m2 0.1 to 980,000 cd/m2
    FL(Foot-Lambert) 0.03 to 290,000 fl
Flash Incident F F0.5 to F161.2(=128.9)
  Reflected F F1.0 to F161.2(=128.9)
  Option VF 1 deg. F No
  Option VF 5 deg. F No
  Option VF 10 deg. F No

Display Range

ISO Sensitivity ISO   3 to 13,107,200
  ISO 2   No
Ambient Aperture Digital F0.5 to 161.2(=128.9)
    Step 1,  1/2,  1/3AV
    Decimal fraction 0 to 0.9(digital)
    Step 1/10AV
    Analog dot scale F1.0 to 90
    Step 1/3 AV
  Shutter speed Digital 30m to 1/64,000s
    Step 1,  1/2,  1/3 TV
    Analog dot scale 4s to 1/2,000s
    Step 1/3 AV
  Frame Rate Digital 1 to 1,000 f/s
  EV Digital -73.9 to 103.8 for incident
-69.9 to 105.3 for reflected
    Analog dot scale -3.0 to +3.0 EV for incident
-7.0 to +7.0 EV for reflected
    Step 1/3 EV
  Lux Digital 0.1 to 2,000,000 lx
    Step 2 significant digits
    Analog dot scale 0 to 1,000 lx
    Step in 50 lx
    Analog dot scale 0 to 5,000 lx
    Step in 250 lx
    Analog dot scale 0 to 25,000 lx
    Step in 2,500 lx
  FC(Foot-candle) Digital 0.01 to 180,000 fc
    Step 2 significant digits
    Analog dot scale 0 to 100 fc
    Step in 5 fc
    Analog dot scale 0 to 500 fc
    Step in 25 fc
    Analog dot scale 0 to 5,000 fc
    Step in 250 fc
  Cd/m2 Digital 0.1 to 980,000 cd/m2
    Step 2 significant digits
    Analog dot scale 0 to 50 cd/m2
    Step in 2.5 cd/m2
    Analog dot scale 0 to 250 cd/m2
    Step in 12.5 cd/m2
    Analog dot scale 0 to 2,500 cd/m2
    Step in 125 cd/m2
  FL(Foot-lambert) Digital 0.03 to 290,000 fl
    Step 2 significant digits
    Analog dot scale 0 to 20 fl
    Step in 1 fl
    Analog dot scale 0 to 100 fl
    Step in 5 fl
    Analog dot scale 0 to 1,000 fl
    Step in 50 fl
Flash Aperture Digital F0.5 to 161.2(=128.9)
    Step 1,  1/2,  1/3AV
    Analog dot scale  F0.1 to 90
    Step 1/3 AV
  Shutter speed Digital 30m to 1/16,000s
    Step 1,  1/2,  1/3TV
  EV Digital No
    Analog dot scale -3.0 to +3.0 EV for incident
-7.0 to +7.0 EV for reflected
    Step 1/3 EV
  Flash duration Digital 1/40 to 1/55,500(25ms to 18us)

Setting Range

ISO Sensitivity   ISO 3 to 13,107,200 plus 850
    Step 1/3 SV
    ISO 2 No
    Step No
Ambient Aperture F F0.5 to 161
    Step 1,  1/2,  1/3AV
  Shutter speed T 30m to 1/64,000s
plus 1/200, 1/400s
    Step 1,  1/2,  1/3TV
  Shutter angle degrees 1 to 358 deg. plus other 20 settings (customized from 0.001 to 360)
  Frame Rate frame per second 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 15, 16, 18, 20, 23.976, 24, 25, 29.97, 30, 32, 36, 40, 47.952, 48, 50, 59.94, 60, 64, 72, 75, 90, 96, 100, 120, 125, 128, 150, 180, 200, 240, 250, 256, 300, 360, 375, 500, 625, 750, 1000 plus other 20 settings (customized from 0.001 to 99,999.999)
Flash Shutter speed T 30m to 1/16,000s
plus 1/75,  1/80,  1/90,  1/100,  1/200,  1/400s
    Step 1,  1/2,  1/3TV
  Flash duration  t value 0.1 to 0.9 (in 0.1 step)

Functions

Multiple cumulative Yes(Unlimited)
Average Yes
Shadow No
High light No
Zone System No
Flash Analyzing Yes(in 10% step)
Memory Yes(9 times) both incident and spot
Memory clear Yes (individually)
Contrast Function Yes(+/-9.9EV in 1/10 step)
Film memory (ISO 2) No
Filter compensation Yes(-12 to 12EV)
Filter factor number compensation Yes (preset 24 types plus 6 settings)
External receptor jack No
USB port Yes
Battery check Yes
Auto power off Yes (selectable.)
Under/Over exposure display Yes
Exposure Warning Indicator Yes
Exposure compensation Yes(-9.9 to +9.9)
Calibration compensation Yes(-1.0 to +1.0)
Exposure Profile Yes
Dip switch (L-358/608) No
Custom settings Yes (17 items)
Synchro terminal Yes
LCD backlight Yes
Water registance Yes
Switching incident/reflected Yes (software)
Retractable lumisphere Yes
Setting lock Yes (Touch panel)
How to change setting Touch panel operation
Diopter adjustment Yes (-1 to 2.5 D)
Tripod socket Yes

Others

Operating temperature -10 to 50℃
Storage temperature -20 to 60℃
Power source 1.5V x 2 (AA battery) and USB bus power
Weight 10.58 oz. (300 g)
Dimensions (W x H x D) 3.7 x 6.94 x 1.94 in. (93.9 x 176.3 x 49.4 mm)
LCD 2.4" color dot matrix LCD

Standard Accessory

USB cable No
CD-rom with Software & Manual No (download from website)
Sticker for multi-key &/or CS operation No
Quick Guide / Start Up Guide Yes
Lens Cap Yes
Strap Yes
Synchro terminal cap Yes (built-in)
Soft case Yes
Anti glare film Yes

Optional Accessory supplied

Booster No
Mini light receptor No
Viewfinder No
Lumishphere Yes
Lumidisc Yes (same as Lumisphere)
Lumigrid No
ND diffuser No
Pin point receptor No
Spot mask No
Synchro cord Yes
Radio wave triggering system Yes
Step-up ring Yes
18% Gray card (folded) Yes
Exposure Profile Target / II Yes

Item Includes

Start-up Guide, Strap, Lens Cap (Installed on the meter), Soft Case, Anti-glare sheet for LCD Screen, Safety precaution guide, USA warranty Card, 2AA batteries are not included

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