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The Sekonic L-358 Flash Master Light Meter is specifically made for both ambient and electronic flash light readings of accurate exposures of down to a tenth-of-a-stop. One feature of the Sekonic RT-32 is the easily installed radio transmitter module which is wirelessly enabled. When fully extended, the Lumisphere has the capacity to do incident readings for three-dimensional subjects. When the Aperture and Shutter priority modes are selected, there are up to 9 readings which are stored accurately on the memory for contrast evaluations and meter averaging. Other features of the Sekonic L-358 include the Auto Rotate Sensor and the High-Res 800 x 600 SVGA LED Backlit Screen ratio of 4:3. This affordable meter offers a motion picture application which calculates the cine readings from a total of 2 to 360 frames-per-second. The Sekonic L-358 is amazing most especially for shooting full-length photographs from available lightings. These are great and profoundly amazing for traveling and do provide a high-contrast for images of maximum orifice. These also have the qualities of being wonderful to use for places having low light conditions. There are hobbyist photographers and beginners which find the Sekonic L-358 Flash Master Light Meter a very down-to-earth feel. That is what makes it absolutely not intimidating to use even for the amateurs. If you are in a bit of a worry if you are ever going to be insured of ever you broke the device anytime soon, you should know by now that it offers a one year warranty which can be extended for up to a total of three years. It is also backed by an outstanding customer support team which will not leave you hanging in the most crucial time of the life of your device. The Sekonic L-358 includes a synchro terminal cap, carry case, CR123A lithium battery and a reflected light attachment known as the Lumigrid. On the drawback, due to the fact that not all lenses transmit the same result or the same amount of light, that plainly results to underexposed images. That is one of the reasons why you need to do testing and metering intervals. But overall, this is a product worth buying.