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Sekonic-l-308s.33085691
7.7 out of 10

Sekonic L-308S

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Specifications

Feature
Value
Comment
Type:
Digital exposure meter for ambient and flash light
Receptor Head:
Sliding Lumisphere with Lumidisc Adapter
Light Receiving Method:
Incident light and reflected light
Light Receptor Element:
Silicone photo diode
Repeatability Repeat Accuracy:
(+/-) 0.1 EV or less
Calibration Constant Incident:
Lumisphere C = 340, Lumidisc C = 250
Calibration Constant Reflected:
K = 12.5
Display Range Film Speed:
ISO 3 to 8000 (in 1/3 steps)
Display Range Aperture:
f/0.5 to f/90.9 (in 1, 1/2, 1/3 steps)
Exposure Out Of Range:
Eu (underexposure) or Eo (overexposure)
Auto Power Off:
Yes, About 4 minutes after last usage
Battery Power Indicator Display:
Icon with 3 status
Battery(Power):
(1) Type AA 1.5V Battery alkaline, manganese or lithium
Product Dimensions:
4.30x2.50x0.90 in./10.90x6.40x2.30 cm
Product Weight:
0.20lbs./0.10kg.
Receptor Incident Light:
Built-In Lumisphere, Attachable Lumidisc (included)
Display Range Shutter Speeds Ambient:
60 sec to 1/8000 sec. (in 1, 1/2, 1/3 steps)
Display Range Shutter Speeds Flash:
1 sec to 1/500 sec. (in 1/ 1/2, 1/3 steps) plus 1/75, 1/80, 1/90, 1/100 sec.
Display Range EV:
EV -5.0 to EV 26.0 (in 1/10 steps)
Measuring Modes Ambient Light:
- EV metering - Shutter priority metering
Measuring Modes Flash:
- Without synchro cord - With synchro cord
Receptor Reflected Light:
Lens with 40° Receiving Angle
Measuring Range (ISO 100) Ambient Light:
- Incident light EV 0 to EV 19.9 - Reflected light EV 0 to EV 19.9 (with 40° angle)
Measuring Range (ISO 100) Flash:
- Incident light f/1.4 to f/90.9 (approx. f/124) - Reflected light f/1.4 to f/90.9 (approx. f/124) with 40° Lumigrid
Display Cine Speeds fps:
8, 12, 16, 18, 24, 25, 30, 32, 64, 128 (shutter angle: 180°)
Operating Temperature Range:
32° to 104° F / 0° to 40° C
Storage Temperature Range:
-4° to 140° F / -20° to 60° C
Release Date
First seen
5 January 2009