Spectra CineSpot Spotmeter is exclusively designed to measure screen brightness and uniformity in theaters, review rooms. CineSpot has received one of the highest awards from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
The economical, compact CineSpot 1° Spotmeter from Spectra Cine has been designed for easy use and for making simple yet accurate screen brightness measurements and other field measurements. The CineSpot features eye-level, magnified, thru-the-lens viewing of the 1° spot area in a large (21° diagonal) rectangular viewing field, with simultaneous display of the meter reading superimposed in the viewing field.
For accuracy, each individually calibrated instrument uses an ultra-stable silicon photodetector, together with computer-selected glass filters to Readbility of the CineSpot extends from 0.5 to 300 foot-lamberts, with excellent resolution in the critical 10 to 30 foot-lambert region.
Screen brightness and uniformity
Stray light and surround bightness
Meter is particularly suited for
Movie and side projection systems
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Spectra Cine Cinespot One-Degree Spotmeter
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Luminance (Specify choice of units: footLamberts or Candelas/sq. meter); Ultra-stable Silicon Photovoltaic Cell
Eye-level, magnified, thru-the-lens viewing of the 1° spot area in a large (21° diagonal) rectangular viewing field, with simultaneous display of the meter reading superimposed in the viewing field; 1.6x magnification, erect system with focusing eyepiece; illuminated scale for low-light readability; Fixed 4' (1.2m) to infinity; Usable from 1' (.3m) to infinity
Low Range, 0 to 30 footLamberts (0 to 100 cd/m2 on metric version) readings legible to 0.5 footLamberts. High Range, 0 to 300 footLamberts (0 to 1,000 cd/m2 on metric version); accessory 10X and 100X Attenuators increase upper limit to 3,000 or 30,000 footLamberts (10,000 or 100,000 cd/m2).
f/Stop Display Range
Shutter Speed - Ambient
Shutter Speed - Flash
EV Range (ISO-100)
Matched to the human eye response (CIE 1931 photopic luminosity function), using computer-selected glass filters; Plus or Minus 1% of full scale or 5% of reading, which ever is greater, when measuring blackbody sources; traceable to the (NIST) National Institute Of Standards Technology