Works as an ambient light meter as well as a Flash/Strobe meter, without or without a sync cord.
Konica Minolta's Spotmeter F is designed for professionals and advanced amateurs alike. It enables you to take precise 1° spot measurements of ambient or flash light. Liquid-crystal displays on the meter's side panel and in the viewfinder show a full range of exposure information in both digital and analog form. Furthermore, you can quickly check the lighting contrast of a scene while looking through the viewfinder. Exposure calculations for highlights, shadows, or midtone areas can be made at the touch of a button, and more.
Still one of the most common, industry standard color meters, The Minolta II shows Color Compensating Filter (CC) data as a range of ± values in single digit increments. These values translate to Kodak Wratten filters. A conversion chart is provided on the back of the meter. A plus value indicates the spectrum has additional green, a minus value indicates additional magenta. Magenta filters reduce the green content, green filters reduce the magenta content.