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The Minolta Color Meter IIIF is a top-of-the-line professional color compensation meter for ambient and flash with correction value memory. This makes it easier for photographers to maintain consistent color under various types of illumination. Priced at: $575.00 Brand New Condition The meter measures the color of the light illuminating the subject and determines the filtration required to correct that illumination for the film in use. When measuring both ambient light and flash, selecting the Color Meter IIIF's analyze function will subtract the ambient light and display only the measured results for flash light. Top-of-the-line, reliable, professional color meter Measures ambient light and flash Provides filtration readings for two types of filters: LB (Light Balancing) and CC (Color Correction) Analyze function determines measurement values for only flash light in mixed flash/ambient situations Measurements Can Be Taken for Any of the Three Major Film Types Daylight (balanced to 5500k) Type-A Tungsten (balanced to 3400k) Type-B Tungsten (balanced to 3200k) Measurement Results Can Be Displayed Several Ways As light balancing and color compensating indexes As Kodak Wratten filter number and CC index As photographic color temperature (determined color temperature based on film sensitivity) Kodak Wratten Filter Readings Display of Kodak Wratten filter numbers makes selecting filters quick and convenient If two Wratten filters are necessary, the Color Meter IIIF displays both numbers. Color Meter IIIF users can store their own personal correction values for the recommended filtration Correction values for LB and CC indexes can be stored in any of the meter's nine memory channels to custom tune meter readings for the desired color reproduction The correction values are added to the initial measured values to calculate the final displayed results Please text if interested: 760-505-7011
I just recently purchased a Sekonic C-500 color meter in order to know how much CTO, CTB or +/- Green to add to lights to match different environments. I'm wondering how to directly interpret the readings of the meter into the most common denotation of gel strengths - i.e. 1/8,1/4, 1/2 and Full (Color). I can figure out Kelvin with some quick math but where do you find what strength of +/- green to use? The meter reads 0-50 Magenta and 0-50 Green. Also the readings in digital mode are very different than in film mode. For example a reading in digital mode of CC filter 5M will be CC filter 25M in film mode. Anyone using this meter that could lend me some incite?