Sekonic Exposure & Profile Bundle
Using the X-Rite Color Checker Passport with the Sekonic Gray Balance Card with Sekonic’s Data Transfer V3 Software, image makers can create an exposure profile and map out the dynamic range of their DSLR or Digital Video Camera. Transferring this data to a Sekonic L-478 Series meter enables knowing which details of a scene or subject will be properly imaged, and which will be over or under the range of the camera. By using this bundle, today’s photographers and videographers can now take full advantage of their camera’s imaging capabilities to produce pictures with greater tonality and clarity.
Incident-only calibration of Sekonic’s Data Transfer System enables creating exposure profiles for precise metering without the need for additional accessories. Incident and Reflected-light calibration requires the L-478 series VIEW FINDER 5°, available as a separate purchase, to read the Passport’s Sekonic gray card for calibrated reflected-light readings.
The ColorChecker Target enables minimizing color differences between cameras and lenses and aids in establishing true color in mixed lighting. It extends the power of Adobe® photo editing software with a series of one-click warming and cooling enhancements that greatly reduce editing time.
For a limited time, current Sekonic L-478D/DR owners can purchase this special edition of the X-Rite ColorChecker Passport w/Sekonic Gray Balance Card at the special introductory price of $49 by going to sekonic.com/bundle with the serial number of their Sekonic L-478 meter and follow directions located there. Retail pricing is $512 for the Sekonic L-478DR and $438 for the Sekonic L-478D.
Sekonic products are marketed exclusively by MAC Group (www.MACGroupUS.com) in the USA, and sold by distributors around the world.
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