The Spectra Spot Meter System is comprised of a Professional Exposure Meter IV-A Spectra and a One Degree Photospot Accessory P200-SA. Spectra meters are advanced and true digital exposure meters. Compact and easy to use, they are the most comprehensive, technologically advanced and reliable exposure meters for cinematographers, lighting designers, videographers and professional still photographers. The Spectra Professional Line of meters have been the industry standard and the choice of professionals for the past 50 years. Spectra has received several International Awards including Six Technical Academy Awards from the Academy Of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, Primetime Engineering Emmy Award from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, and an Outstanding Achievement in Engineering Development from the American Society Of Lighting Designers for the design, development and manufacture of technically superior products important to these industries.
This compact and user-friendly light meter provides an easy, economical means of making highly accurate measurement of indoor and outdoor light levels. It measures footcandles, lux and instantly calculates Contrast Ratio, Averaging and can store up to 2 readings. Measurement results are displayed on an Electroluminescent backlit Custom LCD. It has a digital f/stop range from f/0.35 to f/128 in 1/10th stop increments and an Analog Bargraph range from f/0.7 to f/45 in 1/3rd stop increments.
The optional Spectra One Degree Photospot is a unique accessory that converts your Spectra Professional meter into a high-sensitivity one degree Spotmeter for narrow-angle reflected-light measurements. Readings are displayed in reflected f/stop or in footlamberts in luminance mode.
NOTE: This meter is available in four colors: Black, Blue, Green and Yellow.
NOTE: This kit includes the accessory One Degree Photo Spot
- High end professional cine meter
- Reads incident and reflected light; Measures footcandles and lux
- Reads out in Frames per Second and Shutter Speeds
- Memory recall functions
- Digital and analog readouts
- Rotating receptor head
- Sensitivity range of almost one million to one