Sekonic L-758Cine Light Meter

by Sekonic
In Stock $624.00
Sekonic L-758Cine Light Meter
The Sekonic L-758Cine DIGITALMASTER is the ultimate light-measuring tool for cinematographers, videographers as well as digital still shooters. Offering the most extensive range of fps (frames-per-second), cine shutter speeds, and shutter angle settings, it meets and excedes the demands of Professional Cinematographers as well as Professional Still Photographers. It is the first to offer a 1A' parallax-free spot viewfinder with a digital display. A built-in retractable incident Lumisphere for standard or cosine corrected light readings, provides both hemispherical and narrow angle readings. The L-758Cine DUALMASTER will handle any lighting situation. It offers foot-candle, lux, foot-lambert and cd/m2 measuring modes plus cine shutter speeds from 1 to 1000 fps and shutter angle settings from 1o to 270o.


* Spot with Digital Display
The L-758Cine DIGITALMASTER features a rectangular 1o parallax-free spot viewfinder. In dim or bright light situations, the L-758Cine DIGITALMASTER's spot viewfinder displays shutter speeds, aperture and more. The built-in spot meter measures both reflected ambient, flash or combined lighting. The optical finder also features an eyepiece with an adjustable diopter.
* Shutter Angle
1o to 10o in 1o increments, from 15o to 270o in 5o increments plus 12o, 17o, 22o, 144o and 172o individual settings
* Cine Speeds
1 thru 1000 fps. (frames per second)
* Analog f/stop Display
f/0.5 to f/45 (in 1/3 steps)
* Light Measurement Modes
Footcandle 0.10 to 180,000
Lux 0.63 to 190,000
Cd/m2 0.25 to 190,000
Foot-lambert 0.07 to 190,000
Ambient EV (Incident) EV -2 to EV 22.9
Ambient EV (Reflected) EV 1 to EV 24.4 (with 1o spot viewfinder) Flash (Incident) f/0.5 to f/161.2 Flash (Reflected) f/2.0 to f/161.2
* Filter Compensation Settings
Selectable on ISO 2: 85, -n3, -n6, -n9, -A3, -A6, -A9 or +/- 5.0EV in 1/10 step increments for Incident and Reflected independently
* Optional Plug-in Radio Transmitter Module
Electronic flash units and/or cameras can be triggered wirelessly with the optional plug-in digital radio Transmitter module (compatible with all PocketWizard Digital Radios).Simultaneous triggering and measuring of flash units up to 100 feet away is possible. With its new easy-to-use Selective Quad-Triggering control (4 zone lighting control), the L-758Cine DUALMASTER offers quick selection of which flash unit to trigger and measure independently with a touch of a key. Now you can individually measure several flash units wirelessly by the touch of the meter's measuring button, without walking over to each light and turning it on or off.
* Memory Mode
Up to nine readings can be memorized and displayed on the analog scale independently in incident or spot metering modes in both Aperture and Shutter Priority Modes. Using Memory recall and clear, you may review all memorized readings individually on main display and selectively delete individual readings, or clear all simultaneously.
* Full, 1/2 or 1/3-step Selectable Readings
Both shutter speeds and apertures can be displayed in either full, 1/2 or 1/3-step increments plus 1/10 stop units to match your film or digital camera; selecting these increments is quick and easy with custom software menu settings.
* Exposure and Calibration Compensation
Independent incident and reflected exposure compensation.


Type: Dual readout digital light meter for ambient and flash, incident and reflected light.
Light receiving method: Incident light and reflected light

Incident light: Retractable and rotatable.
Reflected light: 1" spot with display in finder
Reflected Metering distance: ~ 3.3" to infinity (~1m to infinity)
Light receptor element: 2-Silicon photo diodes (incident and reflected)

Metering modes

Ambient light: Simple illumination measurement (lux, foot-candle) Simple brightness measurement (foot-lambert, cd/m2) Aperture priority metering
Shutter priority metering
EV metering

Flash: With synchro cord (cumulative and non-cumulative)
Without synchro cord (cumulative and non-cumulative)
Measurement using the optional wireless flash radio triggering system (cumulative and non-cumulative)