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Comparison Chart:
Exposure Meters

International Catalog Number
JH21 (CE - Designated L-758CINE, European Manual)
JH22 (Canada - Designated L-758CINE, English Manual)
JH2G (China and Taiwan - Designated L-758CINE, Chinese Manual)
JH2J (Korea - Designated L-758CINE, English Manual)
US Catalog Number
401-760 (JH2L FCC, designated L-758CINE-U, English Manual)

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