The prospective meter would enable Godox/ Flashpoint users to manually control the power output and remotely trigger their Godox/Flashpoint strobes.
And although Sekonic are genuinely interested in which direction users would prefer, this survey is very likely also still trying to gauge the overall level of support, and whether Sekonic can rationalize their investment in such a product.
So there is still no guarantee that anything will actually be developed yet, and if you are genuinely interested in a Sekonic, Godox/Flashpoint compatible light meter, please show your support and fill out the Survey here.
The Survey provides 2 options –
Option 01: Sekonic L-858D (Godox/Flashpoint) radio compatibility.
The L-858D is an incident and reflected (1-degree spot) meter with full photo and cinema functions. It is up to 3 times more sensitive in low light in incident light reading than other Sekonic meters and enables you to measure HSS and Flash duration. The Sekonic L-858D is $599 and an optional Godox radio module would be roughly $99.
Option 02: Sekonic L-478D (Godox/Flashpoint) radio compatibility
The L-478D Godox/Flashpoint would be an incident and reflected (with optional 5 degree-viewfinder accessory) meter with full photo and cinema functions. Like the L-858 it has flash to ambient analyzation, digital touch screen, and many customizable features. It would have a built-in (not removable radio transmitter) Godox/Flashpoint radio module and be priced at $399.
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