Measure light in any form: flash or ambient, reflected or incident even a tiny spot. This digital meter not only does everything you'd possibly want a state-of-the-art, multifunction meter to do, but does it all exceptionally well. Controls are ergonomically positioned for easy one-hand operation, and all data is clearly displayed on a large, self-illuminating, easy-to-read LCD panel.
- Angle of Coverage 1╟ or 5╟
- Battery 1.5 V AA or 1.2 V rechargeable
- Cine Speeds 8 to 127 f/s, additional speeds can be adjusted
- Dimensions 6.45 x 2.59 x 1.02 in
- Display LCD panel with backlighting
- EV Corrections EV -7.8 to +7.9
- Film Speed ISO 3.2 to 8000 in 1╟ DIN increments
- Flash Sync Speed 1 to 1/1000 sec
- Measuring Range Ambient Incident: EV-2.5 to +18 Reflected 1╟: f/2.80 to f/128 ,Reflected 5╟: f/1.4 to f/128
- Measuring Range Flash Incident: f/1.0 to f/128 Reflected 1╟: EV 2.0 to +18 ,Reflected 5╟: EV 1.0 to + 18
- Shutter Speeds 1/8000 sec to 60 mins
- Weight 0.4 lbs (without batteries)
A unique 270-degree swivel head with built-in viewfinder and multi-position diffuser allows you to instantly select any of four different measuring modes:
- 1 degree spot measures reflected light through the viewfinder
- 5 degree spot measures reflected light through the viewfinder
- Incident light with raised diffuser--spherical
- In Cine mode, the Starlite All-In-One provides filmmakers with a full range of features including a preset shutter angle of 180 degree adjustable in ten-step increments.
- In the Photometric mode, light intensities and luminance can be measured for both ambient light and flash with results displayed in LUX, footcandle, cd/m2, foot Lambert and more.
Incident light with lowered diffuser--flat plane and any of six different measuring methods:
- Shutter priority mode
- Aperture priority mode
- Exposure value (EV)--can be used directly with certain MF lenses
- Contrast--determines the brightness range of any subject
- Averaging--utilizes up to nine separate measurements
- Zone system--where areas of different brightness are assigned to graduated "zones" of gray.