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Rotolight Spectrascope

AU $217.75 Inc GST

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Rotolight Spectrascope

The Ultimate Lighting tool, analyse any light source to reveal its colour spectrum, peaks and missing bands, to allow you to correct and accurately control your lighting on set or location.

An absolutely vital device for Photographers , Cinematographers, lighting technicians and anyone working with light.

Features

• The ‘Ultimate’ Lighting tool on Set, Studio or Location
• ‘See’ and correct potential Lighting / Colour problems
• Potentially saves hours of costly post production
• Ideal for cameraman, cinematographer or photographer
• Includes leather pouch and key chain.

Light Spectrum 101

A light with a high ‘Colour Rendering Index’ (CRI > 92) has a “full” colour spectrum which looks like a continuous rainbow with no colour spikes (Vertical Lines) or missing colours (Dark Areas or Gaps).

The Rotolight Spectrascope comes with a full Australian warranty from Rotolight Australia

Cameras Direct since 2003. Pop into our Gold Coast camera store & warehouse or order online. We look forward to helping you take a better photo soon. Thank you.

Additional Information

Name Rotolight Spectrascope
Manufacturer Part Number RL-SCOPE
Manufacturer Rotolight
Special Price $217.75
Warranty Period 12 Months
Measuring System analyse any light source to reveal its colour spectrum, peaks and missing bands
Product Type Light Meter

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