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International Catalog Number
JS21 (CE  - European Manual)
JS22 (FCC & IC - English Manual)
JS2G (Chinese - Chinese Manual)
US Catalog Number
401-501 (FCC & IC - English Manual)
C-500R





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C-500R ProDigi Color - Technical Specifications

Type: Color meter with 4 internal sensors for digital or film camera
Receptor Head: Rotating Head 90° to the right, 180° to the left receptor head containing four filtered photo diodes under flat incident light receptor
Light Receiving Method: Incident light
Receptor Incident Light: Flat diffusor (fixed type lumidisc)
Light Receptor Element: Silicon photo diode (4 sensors) with visible transmitting filter
Measurement Types: Digital Mode - Film Mode

Measuring Range and Modes
Measuring Modes Ambient Light: - Lux (lx) / Foot candle (FC)
Measuring Modes Flash: - Measurement using the included wireless flash radio triggering system
- Without synchro cord
- With synchro cord
Measuring Range (ISO 100) Ambient Light: EV 3 to EV 16.3 (20 lx to 200,000 lx)
Measuring Range (ISO 100) Flash: - Range Low f/2.8 to f/22 (20 lx/s to 1300 lx/s)
- Range High f/16 to f/90.9 (640 lx/s to 38,000 lx/s)
Measuring Range Illuminance: 2.50 to 61000lux - 0.23 to 56500FC
Measuring Range Color Temperature: 2300K to 20000K

Display Range and Modes
Display Modes: Digital, Film and Illuminance
Display Range (Measured) Color Temperature: 2300K to 20000K
Display Range LB Index: -500 to 500 (in MK-1)
Display Range Selected Color Temerature: 2500K to 10000K
Display Range CC Index: 80G to 80M
Display Range LB Filter Number: Fuji's LAB/LBB-LBB20 to LBA20 - Kodak Wratten/LEE-80A +80D to 85B +81EF
Display Range CC Filter Number: 200G to 200M
Dot Matrix Display: 8 user-adjustable channels
Display Preset: 19
Display Range Illuminance: 2.50 lx to 610000 lx - 0.23 FC to 56500 FC
Display Range Sync Speeds: 1 sec. to 1/500 sec. (in 1, 1/2, or 1/3 stops) plus 1/75, 1/80, 1/90, 1/100, 1/200, 1/400.

Other
Exposure Out Of Range: U (underexposure) or O (overexposure)
Auto Power Off: Yes, time elapsed in 4 preset values (approx 20 min, 10 min, 5 min or none)
Battery Power Indicator Display: Icon with 3 status
Tripod Socket/Shoe Mount: 1/4" - 20 thread mount
Battery(Power): (2) Type AA 1.5V Battery Alkaline, Manganese, Lithium, NiCad, NiMH, nickel types

Radio Triggering
Radio Triggering Radio: Complex 16/24 bit digitally coded
Radio Triggering Channels: 1 to 16 channels standard, 17 to 32 "Quad Triggering"
Radio Triggering Range: Up to 100 feet from transmitter to receiver
Radio Wave Frequency Europe: - CH1-CH16 433.62MHz
- CH17-CH32 434.22MHz
Radio Wave Frequency USA Canada: - CH1-CH16 344.00MHz
- CH17-CH32 346.50 - 354.00MHz

Dimension and Weight
Product Dimensions: 6.30x2.80x1.40 in./15.90x7.00x3.50 cm
Product Weight: 0.40lbs./0.20kg.

Item Includes
C-500 Case, Syncro Terminal Cap and Strap
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Sekonic C-500R Quick Start Guide

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Sekonic C-500R Quick Start Guide
 
Sekonic C-500 Color Meter Part 1: Features and Benefits
 
Sekonic C-500 Color Meter Part 2: How to Use the Color Meter
 
More about the C-500 Color Meter: Part 1
 
More about the C-500 Color Meter: Part 2
 
Sekonic C-500R: Color Meter at PhotoPlus Expo 2008
 

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