Learn about kenko Lightmeters - kfm-1100 and kfm-2100
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Finally, they are back. I am Jean-Francois O’Kane. I am the studio coach. Now, under the Kenko name are available, these two lightmeters flashmeters that we can trust and that we have learned to trust over the time.
The basics of these flashmeters lightmeters are on by this little button here and off by the same button or 10-minute auto shut off. The reading head can swivel 270° to allow you to work in your preferred position. The model 2100, also have a view finder for a 1° spot meter reading with an inside display. These meters can work in basically three modes. Ambient mode, to calculate the light when there is no flush present. The cord and non-cord mode will activate or wait for a flash to show to make its reading. And in the eye-end model we can even have a measure that will give you the importance of the flashlight compared to ambient light in a scene. More than giving you only one reading, this unit can take in its memory, three reading and then work making an average of the reading displayed or read. With this unit, you can take in memory up to 10 measurements. And the lightmeter will make an average of all the readings. It is also possible to use these units on scene productions. That minute will adapt to the frame rate of the camera to be able to give you the exact aperture to use.
On this unit, the latitude feature will give you after taking an average reading a plotting of all the incident reading that you will do confirm that all the reading are within the range of recordable values. Find out more about the Kenko lightmeters by consulting boothphoto.com. They will soon be in a store near you. I am Jean-Francois O’Kane. I am the studio coach.