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Sekonic Prodigi C500 and C500R Colour Meters

Sekonic Prodigi C500 and C500R Colour Meters - JP Distribution have announced the launch of the Sekonic Prodigi C500 and C500R colour meters.

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Press Release: Sekonic C-500R Colour Meter

JP Distribution is pleased to announce the Sekonic Prodigi Colour C-500 and C-500R, the world’s first colour meters designed for digital and film colour control.

Main Features:

  • Four built in sensors that measure colour temperature
  • Wireless triggering feature compatible with the PocketWizard® (only in C-500R)
  • Digital and Film compatible
  • Illuminance measurement
  • Measured and indicated values
  • Preset white balance/colour compensation function
  • Memory function
  • User friendly design


  • Sekonic C500 SRP £699.99 Inc vat JP Code: 651116
  • Sekonic C500R SRP £799.99 Inc vat JP Code: 651117

For any additional information on Sekonic, please visit the website.

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Why so expensive?? My Nikons get the WB very close to being spot on in all lighting conditions - both specific and mixed conditions. Bring the price down people - you'll sell a hell of a lot more.

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I agree Mike, If someone is going to part with this kind of money then I would expect them to have decent equipment, but decent equipment should be able to cope with most lighting conditions, and if there are issues then shoot raw and post produce!

So why the cost?
I bought a colour meter because I was finding that when taking photos inside National Trust properties for example the w/b was all wrong; trying to work from the icons on the camera which wb setting to use was the problem. I find it much easier to take a meter reading and dial in the Kelvin number. Of course I could've continued adjusting the wb in Lightroom but I'm trying to get away from post-processing through a poor image to start with; HDR (my primary interest nowadays) is time-consuming enough.

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