Sekonic 5 Degree Spot Viewfinder for Litemaster Pro L-478D, L-478DR Lightmeter

BH #SEVF5DL478 • MFR #401-364
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Sekonic 5 Degree Spot Viewfinder for Litemaster Pro L-478D, L-478DR Lightmeter
Key Features
  • Compatible with Litemaster Pro L-478D/DR
  • Precise Reflected-Light Measurements
The Sekonic 5 Degree Spot Viewfinder for the Litemaster Pro L-478D, L-478DR Lightmeters is an attachment spot viewfinder that features a 5° metering area for more precise, reflected-light measurements.
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Sekonic 401-364 Overview

The Sekonic 5 Degree Spot Viewfinder for the Litemaster Pro L-478D, L-478DR Lightmeters is an attachment spot viewfinder that features a 5° metering area for more precise, reflected-light measurements.

5° metering area for precise meter readings
Viewfinder design allows you to make accurate light readings from a distance.
Compatible with L-478-series light meters.

Sekonic 401-364 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.205 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.9 x 3.3 x 1.85"
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so does the sekonic 478 switch to reflective mode ...

so does the sekonic 478 switch to reflective mode automatically when attached to this attachment?
Asked by: Byron
In standard metering mode the meter will just give you the values of what is metered. One needs to take into account how one is using the meter in order to interpret the readings accurately.
Answered by: Yaakov
Date published: 2021-05-31

will this work with L-478D-U?

will this work with L-478D-U?
Asked by: DJ
The U model difference is in the circuitry, not the physical ball head. Therefore it is our opinion you can use Sekonic 5 Degree Spot Viewfinder without issue.
Answered by: Dennis A
Date published: 2019-04-29

question

I have heard that using a light meter to measure incident light has advantages over using the built in metering of the camera. But isn't using a spot viewfinder to measure reflected light pretty much the same as using the camera to do the metering, especially with a high end DSLR (e.g. an EOS 5DIII) with multiple metering modes?
Asked by: Joseph B.
I believe there is another point to using the meter in either incident or reflective readings. One is able set camera profiles with the 478D-DR. Not sure if the meter in the camera is profiled to the camera. Using camera profiles is great and allows the operator to set safe margins so the camera does not over expose or under expose the image.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-07-28
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