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The pocket-sized Sekonic L-308S Flashmate is the smallest and lightest digital light meter in the Sekonic line-up. It is designed to read ambient or flash exposures in either reflected or incident modes, and it displays accurate exposure readings in full, half, or third-stop increments to mirror the exposure settings of today's DSLR and film cameras. The L-308S delivers accurate exposure readings in full-, half-, or third-stop increments to mirror the exposure displays of most popular cameras. When set to full-stop mode, exposures are displayed in tenth-stop increments with a repeat accuracy of +/- 0.1 EV. The LCD screen is designed to emulate the look and feel of its bigger brother, the Sekonic L-358 flash meter. Exposure data and related information are displayed using large type and easy-to-read icons, perfectly legible in even low-level lighting conditions.
Reflected light readings are captured at a receiving angle of about 40 degrees for subject readings made at the camera. Slide the L-308S's built-in Lumisphere over the silicon photo diode for incident light exposure readings of three-dimensional subjects. Snap on the included Lumidisc over the sensor for metering flat artwork or measuring contrast and/or exposure ratios within a scene.
Incident or reflected ambient light readings can be made with the L-308S over a wide range of lighting conditions at shutter speeds from 60 seconds to 1/8000th of a second and apertures from f/stops of f/1.4 to f/90.9. Flash at speeds from 1 to 1/500th of a second can be measured cordlessly or wired using a separate accessory PC cord. Flash and ambient readings are automatically calculated to display the proper exposure for the combination.
It's obviously not a top of the range product but suits me well for my needs. It's quite straightforward to operate and is reasonably priced.Published 13 days ago by C. Allen
fantastic very accurate and close to the setting in the camera mostly use in the home studio or low light situations. Read morePublished 1 month ago by kozmo
Until you've needed a light meter it's hard to explain how easy the job gets. This one is really simple to use, small and does what I need.Published 1 month ago by Dave Kesarisingh
I will start by saying that I am a novice when it comes to strobist work and was having problems setting up my manual flashes. But having used this a few times now. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tony Shaw
Used to wander why people bought light meters when they had one built into their cameras. That was before I realized how stupid an idea that was. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Barry
I have yet to come to terms with this piece of kit. I'm sure that it's fine but I have not really had time to use it yet.Published 3 months ago by PeterR
I needed this job. Price was suitable. In its price class advantageous.Satisfies the need for my work. I am very pleased with this productPublished 4 months ago by Ivo Orav