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Spectra Cine Professional IV-A Light Meter (Red)

Spectra Cine Professional IV-A Light Meter (Red)

Spectra Cine Professional IV-A Light Meter (Red)

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Spectra Cine Professional IV-A Light Meter (Red)

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Product Highlights

  • Rotating Receptor Head
  • Sensitivity: 0.1 fc - 70,000
  • 1 - 100,000 Lux
  • Memory Recall Switch
  • Bright Green Display
  • Camera Shutter Angles
  • 1 Year Battery Life
  • Contrast Ratio Measurement
  • Averaging Mode
  • Only 6.0 Ounces
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The Spectra Professional IV-A Light Meter is a compact, easy-to-use digital exposure meter with the advanced technology that makes it an essential tool for cinematographers, lighting designers, videographers and professional still photographers.


Widely considered an industry standard, the IV-A measures footcandles and lux, while instantly calculating Contrast Ratio and Averaging with storage capacity for up to 2 readings. Measurement results are displayed on an electroluminescent backlit LCD with a digital f/stop range from f/0.35 - f/128 in 1/10th stop increments and an analog bar graph range from f/0.7 - f/45 in 1/3rd stop increments. It has an exposure range of 1/8000 sec. - 3 sec., frames per second (fps) readout of 2 - 360 fps and ISO ratings from 3 - 8000 in 1/3 stop increments.

Widest Sensitivity Range Ever
Measures in f/stops from f/0.35 - f/128. Measures photographic illuminance from 0.1 - 70,000 fc and 1 - 100,000 lux
Contrast Ratio Measurement (Ratio Mode)
The ratio of two readings from 1:1 to 999:1 can be instantly calculated and displayed, thereby simplifying the set up of any lighting situation In f/stop mode the difference in f/stops between a new reading and the last memorized measurement is displayed in precise 1/10-stop increments.
Averaging
Average of two readings and/or continuous averaging in f/stop and footcandles is possible.
True Digital Design
Multiple range liner circuit is controlled by an embedded microcomputer.
In the Box
Spectra Cine Professional IV-A Light Meter (Red)
  • Soft Case
  • Neck Strap
  • Photosphere
  • Photodisc
  • 6V Battery
  • Instruction Manual
  • Warranty Card
  • 2 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
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    Specifications
    Measuring System Silicon photovoltaic cell; Computer selected glass filters tailored to spectral response of the film
    Measuring Modes Incident and reflected (reflected light acceptance angle is 42° square); Average, Normal, Ratio; footcandles / lux
    Receptor Head Swivel head rotates 270°. Accepts optional one degree spot attachment
    Aperture/Shutter Priority Shutter speed priority
    Display Readout Digital LCD plus analog bar graph
    Electroluminescent lamp for viewing at low light levels
    ISO Range 3 - 8000 in 1/3 increments
    Frames per second: 2 - 360 (for motion picture cameras)
    f/Stop Display Range
    Digital f/stop: f/0.35 to f/128 (in 1/10-stop increments)
    Analog f/stop: f/0.7 to f/45 (in 1/3- stop increments)
    Photographic illuminance: footcandles 0.1 - 70,000 and lux 1 - 100,000
    Shutter Speed - Ambient 1/8000 sec. - 30 minutes
    Shutter Speed - Flash No flash mode
    EV Range (ISO-100) No
    Cine Speeds 2 to 360 fps
    Shutter angle: 45 - 205°
    Exposure Memory "Memory Store" and "Memory Recall" switches: Memory Recall switch is to recall stored reading in memory-1(ml), current reading in memory-2(m2) and/or the Ratio, Average and f/stop of the two readings
    Shadow/Highlight Calculation Calculates ratio of key plus fill to fill light alone from 1:1 to 999:1
    Power Source One 6V battery #s A544, A544L, PX28L
    Dimensions 5.5 x 2.5 x 2.0" (139.7 x 63.5 x 50.8 mm)
    Weight 6.0 oz (170g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.7 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.1 x 4.8 x 3.2"

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