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About Sekonic

Another revolutionary innovation by Sekonic helping shooters with the challenges that digital photography presents. The Exposure Profile Target is as simple to use as a traditional grey card used for film.

Just like overrriding traditional film ISOs in your camera, the profile target allows you to do the same with the readings for your L-758. Up to 3 different digital camera or film exposure profiles are saveable and quickly retrieved with simply the touch of a button on the L-758.

Resembling a color checker (approximatly 8"x 10"), the Profile Target is photographed with the results then entered into your computer through the Sekonic USB transfer cable, Sekonic Digital Input and Transfer software which are all included with the L-758 Meter.

The results can be downloaded to the breakthrough L-758 DigitalMaster Light Meter, so photographers can actually calibrate their light meters to precisely what the chips on their cameras register, or would like them to register.

Sekonic Features

  • Create the following Exposure profiles for the following measuring modes:
  • Ambient measurements / calculated from ISO 3 to 8000
  • Reflected measurements / calculated from ISO 3 to 8000
  • Incident measurements / calculated from ISO 3 to 8000
  • Flash measurements / calculated from ISO 3 to 8000

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Calibrating both my camera and light meter was easy once I viewed the process on Youtube. The process works and I feel more confident in using my Sekonic L-758DR light meter.


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Vince B  When taking the photos to be used for profiling do you take jpeg or RAW and how do you stop either the camera or photoshop from making default changes to the photo before they are used for the profiling procedure? e.g. the camera will optimize or stylise and photoshop will apply RAW default changes during the conversion to jpeg, thanks Vince
DEAN F  Am assuming you are making test shots to create a camera profile for the Sekonic Light Meter. I shoot in jpeg and set the white balance for the environment you are shooting in. The images are loaded into the Data Transfer Software to create the profile for the meter. Instructions and downloads can be found at the following site: Do to the download section for Sekonic and the latest software and instructions
Shopper  Why is this so expensive?
BARRY B  Because you need it to calibrate your camera and meter. For what you pay for the meter it should come with meter.I think it a ripe off. It can't cost more than 20 buck to make this card.
Shopper  Has anyone tried this with film? Sekonic claims the 758 can be calibrated for digital and film, but I can't find any info on this being done. Thanks.
Raj N  I have tried this with my digital camera
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