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UPRtek Revolutionary CV600 Spectral Colour Meter

UPRtek have launched a professional meter that measures colour, light and exposure.

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UPRtek have launched the CV600 Spectral Colour Meter - a professional device that measures colour, light and exposure. The CV600 is ideal for filmmakers, videographers and photographers that value colour accuracy and lighting consistency.

The handheld colour meter can save creative professionals time and money by enabling them to shoot more efficiently under controlled conditions. Light readings and set-up information can be saved to a removable SD card, allowing users to build an external library of light readings and settings for future shoots.

In basic mode, the CV600’s touch sensitive display panel can be set to display four user-selected points of measurement criteria, all on the same display. Amongst the various display options, users can select:

  • Correlated Colour Temperature (CCT) readings in degrees Kelvin
  • Colour Rendering Index (CRI) readings across the colour spectrum from R1 to R15
  • Television Lighting Consistency Index (TLCI) readings – the European Broadcast Union’s new colour measurement index for the 21st century
  • Lux level readings

Advanced modes include CRI, Flicker, Filter, Exposure, Spectrum, TM-30 and CIE.

The CV600 is priced at £1,439 incl. VAT. It's available through XPDistribution.

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