Spectra Cine Professional IV-A Digital Exposure Meter (Red)

BH #SPP4AR • MFR #18002-ARD
Spectra Cine
Spectra Cine Professional IV-A Digital Exposure Meter (Red)
Key Features
  • Incident, Reflected, Foot-Candles, Lux
  • Range: f/0.35 to f/128 in 1/10th Stops
  • Shutter Speeds: 1/8000 sec - 30 minutes
  • Frame Rates: 2-360
This is a Professional IV-A Digital Exposure Meter from Spectra Cine. Compact and easy to use, the Professional meters are the most comprehensive, technologically advanced, and reliable exposure meters for cinematographers, lighting designers, videographers, and professional still photographers.
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Spectra Cine Professional IV-A Overview

This is a Professional IV-A Digital Exposure Meter from Spectra Cine. Compact and easy to use, the Professional meters are the most comprehensive, technologically advanced, and reliable exposure meters for cinematographers, lighting designers, videographers, and professional still photographers.

This compact and user-friendly light meter provides an easy, economical means of making highly accurate measurements of indoor and outdoor light levels. It measures foot-candles and lux and instantly calculates Contrast Ratio and Averaging and can store up to two readings.

Measurement results are displayed on an Electro-luminescent backlit custom LCD screen. It has a digital f-stop range from f/0.35 to f/128 in 1/10th stop increments and an analog bar graph range from f/0.7 to f/45 in 1/3rd stop increments.

High end professional cine meter
Reads incident and reflected light; measures foot-candles 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
UPC: 860000641036

Spectra Cine Professional IV-A Specs

Meter TypeAmbient
Cine
Spot Metering1° Spot (Optional Attachment)
Metering
Light Reading MethodIncident
Reflected
Light ReadingsFootcandle
Lux
Measuring ModesAveraging
Contrast Ratio
Shadow/Highlight Calculation
Shutter Priority
Aperture Rangef/0.35 to 128 (1/3, 1/10-Step Increments)
ISO Range3 to 8000 (1/3-Step Increments)
Shutter Speed Range1/8000 to 30 Minutes
Cine Speed / Shutter Angle2 to 360 fps at 45 to 205°
Illuminance Range1 to 100,000 Lux / 0.1 to 70,000 fc
Exposure MemoryYes
Physical
Receptor ElementSilicon Photodiode
DiffuserSpherical
Flat
DisplayGrayscale LCD
Memory Card SlotsNone
Tripod Mounting ThreadNone
General
Battery1 x A544/PX28/PX28L
Wireless ConnectivityNone
Dimensions5.5 x 2.5 x 2" / 139.7 x 63.5 x 50.8 mm
Weight6.0 oz / 170.0 g
Warranty LengthLimited 2-Year Warranty
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.78 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.2 x 4.9 x 3.4"
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What is the difference between this red light meter, and the black B&H # SPP4AB Mfr # 18002AB. I can't figure out what is really different about them, even though the black one looks like a new model. Thanks! I am looking to use this for Cinematography.
Asked by: Anonymous
Spectra has thoughtfully provided different colors for the cases of their fine IV-A's so that you can further personalize your kit. The meters are otherwise identical.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-12-18

Will this also work with strobes or is it only ...

Will this also work with strobes or is it only for continuous lighting?
Asked by: Ken
This unit is not designed to work with flash.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2019-03-10

Would someone please share the specific ...

Would someone please share the specific type/model number of the required 6V battery? Thank you!
Asked by: Chuck
According to the manual found on their website (https://bit.ly/2Koh83H), the list the battery as A544, PX28, and PX28L.
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2021-01-17

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How do you turn the device off? I bought one and after using it, the only way I have to turn it off is by removing the battery... Thanks
Asked by: Leonardo
It will turn itself OFF after a couple minutes of not using it.
Answered by: Cory W.
Date published: 2019-03-08
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