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Sekonic L-758D DigitalMaster

AU $759.49 Inc GST

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Sekonic L-758D DigitalMaster

The Sekonic L-758D DigitalMaster is the first multi-function light meter. The L-758D can be calibrated to the sensitivity of your digital sensor or film stock. This design has been improved from the L-558, which means improved features. The L-758D can measure 1-degree for spot metering which in addition to having a retractable lumisphere give photographers extensive options to get accurate readings in all types of lighting conditions. The head also rotates 270 degrees which gives you the ability to measure light from the opposite direction you read the display from.

The Sekonic L-758D also has radio triggering, you can press the measuring button to wirelessly trigger flash units up to 100 feet away. The built-in transmitter offers 32 digital coded channels and Quad-Triggering Zones and it is compatible with PocketWizard radio triggering systems


This Sekonic L-758D DigitalMaster comes with a full warranty in Australia. Pop into our Gold Coast camera store & warehouse or order online. We look forward to being at your SERVICE.

Additional Information

Name Sekonic L-758D DigitalMaster
Special Price $759.49
Auto Dump No
Changeable Reflector No
User Replaceable Flash Tube No
Includes Sync Cable No
Includes Protective Caps No
Includes Kit Bag No
Flash Ready Indicator No
Fan Cooled No

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