Electronic flash units and/or cameras can be triggered wirelessly from either the L-608, L-608CINE, L-358 or L-558 meter's optional plug-in, the Sekonic RT-32 Digital Radio Transmitter Module for L-358 and L-608 Meters.
No more tripping over sync cords, or fumbling with PC connectors. Compatible with all PocketWizard Digital Radio Receivers, these meters can simultaneously trigger and measure your electronic flash units up to 100 feet away.
You can also select through the meter's software, - Quad Triggering mode - which provides you with up to four zones of lighting control remotely. Now you can individually measure several flash units wirelessly with the touch of the meter's measuring button, without walking over to each light and turning them on or off.
You can even trigger motor driven cameras from the meter. Part of the Digital Wireless Freedom system, the L-608, L-608CINE, L-358 and L-558 are wireless exposure meters and exposure makers.
This model complies with FCC standards. To comply with local broadcast regulations, Sekonic wireless systems sold in the various markets around the world are designed to operate at different frequencies. When purchasing and/or installing a transmitter module or using the meter with a receiver, be sure that the meter, module and receiver are designed to be used in your location and use the same frequency.
The FCC designation indicates the meter and module are designed for operation in the USA/North American market. Frequencies: CH 1 to 16: 344.0 MHz; CH 17 to 32: 346.5 to 354.0MHz
The CE designation indicates the meter and module are designed for operation in European countries. Frequencies: CH 1 to 16: 433.62 MHz; CH 17 to 32: 434.22MHz
When purchasing and/or installing a transmitter module or using the meter with a receiver, be sure that the meter, module and receiver are designed to be used in your location and use the same frequency.
The wireless flash triggering system used in Sekonic meters consists of two parts that are designed to be used together and operate only at a specific frequency. Do not install a CE marked module into an FCC marked meter or FCC marked module into a CE marked meter as this will produce a unit that is not compatible with either frequency.