|Gossen atachments for the system exposure meters||
The Gossen attachments for the system exposure
meters enhance a meter for a special purpose. Like The Profi flash turns
a Mastersix or a Profisix into a exposure meter into a flash meter.
Gossen divides the meters into 2 classes, the Masterclass and the
Multiclass. Attachments for the Multiclass can be used on the
Masterclass but not vice versa.
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|Gossen Tele attachment.
Using the Tele attachment, the measuring angle of your Mastersix can be reduced to 15 or 7.5 degrees.
The Mastersix manual part 2 contains detailed information about this attachment.
|Gossen Micro attachment.
With the Profi-micro attachment you can conveniently and reliably measure the exposure required for microscope photographs of all kinds.
|Gossen Profi flash
With the Profi-flash attachment you can turn your Profisix into a flash exposure meter.
|Gossen Profi Color
The Profi-color converts your Mastersix into a color temperature meter. To fit the attachment, remove the cover from the Mastersix, slide the diffuser hemisphere to the middle, and join the two together. With the Proficolor attachment fitted to the Mastersix, you cam measure color temperatures in daylight and in artificial light. At the same time, it indicates the conversion filter appropriate to the situation and to the film being used. The Mastersix manual part 2 contains detailed information about this attachment.
|Gossen Profi lux
The Profi-lux attachment has a measuring head which can swivel freely trough 360 degrees and be locked in four positions. This facilitates light measurements with the Mastersix, especially in the studio and converts the instrument into an illumination meter. The illumination can be read off in lux or foot-candles. The Mastersix manual part 2 contains detailed information about this attachment.
The Profi-flex attachment a flexible attachment for all kinds of exposure measurements for example from the eye piece, viewer glass or microscope also light and contrast measurements are possible.
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