Sekonic L-778 Spot meter

Discussion in '[Classifieds] For Sale' started by DanielStone, Feb 7, 2011.

  1. DanielStone

    DanielStone Member

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    hey all,

    this was my 1st spot meter, but after realizing I'm not in need of ALL the features this meter is capable of, I've decided to sell it.

    meter works perfectly, and many a exposure have been made with this awesome meter. There's a bit of wear on one side(see pictures #4 & 5 below), but of course this has no affect on the meter itself, just cosmetic.

    Meter can read flash, either via the hotshoe on top(yes, there's a hotshoe), or via the sync port on the handle. BOTH work perfectly. It can take also take flash readings w/o triggering the flash(like an ambient/dome meter, just in a spot function). Or just ambient reflective readings. ISO range is 1-12,500. This meter has too many functions to list, its just excellent all around!


    INCLUDED IN SALE:


    1. Meter
    2. Wrist Strap(currently attached to meter in pictures)
    3. Box
    4. Manual
    5. Leather case for meter(has belt loop)
    6. Fresh AA batteries(2) installed and ready to go!

    my price?
    $400 + shipping costs(and paypal fees if used). 3% to APUG.

    I'm also open to Postal Money Orders, or plain ol' cash-in-the-mail.

    If you're local to the LA area, I'm willing to meet up or you can come pick it up in person.
    I'M MORE THAN WILLING TO SHIP TO INT'L MEMBERS

    Please send me a PM if you have any questions.

    thanks!

    -Dan

    here's some pictures to wet your appetite ;-)

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    http://i788.photobucket.com/albums/yy161/mr_danielstone/778_6.jpg

    http://i788.photobucket.com/albums/yy161/mr_danielstone/778_4.jpg

    http://i788.photobucket.com/albums/yy161/mr_danielstone/778_5.jpg
     
  2. kswatapug

    kswatapug Advertiser

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    My favorite meter! I'm on my third. Crushed the first in a fall, drowned the second in a river. Even though it was the most expensive option, I always elected to replace it with the same meter. My favorite aspect of its interface is the ability to set the dynamic range of the film (those three triangles visible in the top photo can be spread wider and narrower), which makes it a simple matter to accurately determine exposure for my favorite films.