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Gossen Digital Lightmeter

Gossen has announced the new Sixtomat F2 lightmeter.

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Gossen Sixtomat
Gossen have launched a new digital lightmeter, the Sixtomat F2.

The new Gossen Sixtomat F2 has the ability to pre-select the aperture you need to create the desired depth of field and then take a meter reading from there to determine the shutter speed required for first time exposure accuracy, every time. With 1/10 stop accuracy for measurement and the ability to check the contrast range within your subject, you can be sure that your image will be exactly as you expect, removing any guesswork or trial & error.

For the studio the Sixtomat F2 can be operated in either corded flash mode or un corded flash mode, dependant on your requirements and to create greater depth of field in your subject, multiple exposure calculations can be achieved in the meter without needing a reference chart or scale.

When shooting with fill in flash for creative effect the Sixtomat F2 can display the ratio between flash and ambient light, ensuring that your flash equipment is set up to produce exactly the result you imagined.

The Sixtomat F2 even excels at night and can be used to determine exposure levels for up to 60 minutes making it ideal for creating starscape images, panoramas and night scenes.

The Gossen Sixtomat F2 has an RRP of £199.99 including VAT. For more information take a look at the Intro 2020 website

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