Lumu Power 2 Power Light Meter for iPhone

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Lumu Power 2 Power Light Meter for iPhone
Key Features
  • Turns Your iPhone Into a Light Meter
  • True Color Sensor (CIE 1931/DIN 5033)
  • Silicon Photodiode
  • 750000 Light Measurements per Second
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The Lumu Power 2 Power will turn your iPhone into a handheld light and color meter. It connects using your iPhone's lightning port and is made of stainless steel, which helps it withstand demanding uses. It uses two sensors, one of which is based on the CIE 1931/DIN 5033 color standard, while the second is a silicon photodiode that captures light at 750000 measurements per second. Each Lumu unit is calibrated before shipping and comes in a leather bag.
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Lumu Power 2 Power Overview

The Lumu Power 2 Power will turn your iPhone into a handheld light and color meter. It connects using your iPhone's lightning port and is made of stainless steel, which helps it withstand demanding uses. It uses two sensors, one of which is based on the CIE 1931/DIN 5033 color standard, while the second is a silicon photodiode that captures light at 750000 measurements per second. Each Lumu unit is calibrated before shipping and comes in a leather bag.

Other technical features include the ability to measure color temperatures from 1600 to 18000K and an exposure range of -4 to 20 EV at 100 ISO with an accuracy of ±0.1 EV. It also syncs with flash units anywhere from 1/40000 to 1/250 sec in duration and can measure illuminance ranging from -0.15 to 250000 lux with an accuracy of ±3%.

While this is the Power model of the Power 2, users can upgrade to the Pro model from within Lumu's app for an additional fee.

Power Model Features

Ambient Exposure
Flash Exposure
Cine/Video
Illuminance
Chromaticity
Color Temperature

General Features

Build Quality

Made of durable stainless steel housing and polycarbonate lexan diffusers, the Lumu Light Meter can withstand demanding use.

Accurate

Lumu Power incorporate two sensors. A True Color sensor, based on the CIE 1931/DIN 5033 color standard, and a fast silicon photodiode both capture light at 750000 measurements per second. Each Lumu is calibrated before leaving the manufacturing line and comes with a calibration certificate.

Lumu Power 2 Power Specs

Color Temperature
Light ReceptorTrue Color Sensor, CIE 1931 Color Standard, Human Eye Perception
SensitivityVisible Light
Measuring Range1600 to 18000K
AccuracyΔE < 0.6
RepeatabilityΔE < 0.2
ResponseFlat Diffuser, Cosine-Type Response
Exposure
Light ReceptorFast-Response Silicon Photo Diode, CIE Spectral Luminous Efficiency
SensitivityVisible Light
Measuring Range-4 to 20 EV at 100 ISO
Accuracy±0.1 EV
Flash Duration1/40000 to 1/250 sec
ResponseHemispherical Diffuser, Cardioid-Type Responses
Illuminance
Light ReceptorTrue Color Sensor, CIE 1931 Color Standard, Human Eye Perception
SensitivityVisible Light
Measuring Range-0.15 to 250000 lux
Accuracy±3%
ResponseFlat Diffuser, Cosine-Type Response
Dimensions & Weight
DimensionsNot Specified by Manufacturer
WeightNot Specified by Manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.285 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.05 x 3.6 x 1.6"
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