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Light Meter

Size:3.2M

4.5

- 5000+ Installs -

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Description of Light Meter

A reflected light meter with spot metering (using the device's camera) and an incident light meter (using the device's light sensor) in one app. Tested accurate against Gossen and Sekonic meters on most devices.

Can be used for any type of camera from film SLR to pinhole to cinematographic.

In addition to the two meters, the app includes a Color Temperature (White Balance) meter, a Reciprocity Calculator, an Exposure Convert, a Manual (Sunny Sixteen) calculator, a Depth of Field calculator, and an EXIF Reader.

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More Information Of Light Meter

lable: Photography - Apps Current Version:2.1-2021-11-30T06:31Z Publish Date:2022-06-13 Developer:WBPhoto

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Tristan Cooper 2020-10-24

17
Been using the free version but purchased this to remove ads and support the developer. Great app. My only suggestion would be to add a Multi-Spot averaging feature. Would be great if you could tap on 3 or 5 spots to meter and get an average exposure
Rostyslav Malenko 2020-02-12

17
Could you add possibilities calculating correction for black and white photography filters, please? I mean, green, red, yellow, orange, yellow-green and infrared.
Daniel Parker 2020-05-04

13
I feel like the spot metering isn\'t working for me on my Samsung Galaxy S8. I\'ve tested it with high contrast lighting and it didn\'t show any change in Ev or other settings. Granted, I just started out with film photography, so I don\'t know much and hoped to find a cheap app to help me get the right exposure. Not sure how my pictures turned out yet. Edit: newest update does not fix the spot metering issue
Juan Suarez 2019-08-28

12
I use it mainly for shooting b&w film with high tolerances for over and underexposing. That said, I\'ve found the app to be pretty accurate and very convenient.
Michael Bauers 2020-10-23

10
Not working well for me, probably two stops short of proper exposure in an experiment I am trying to do. Not sure if it\'s confused in low light, or needs a manual to explain how to use it. Admittedly, I am new to light meters, but I pointed the screen side of the phone towards the light, and parallel to the light. I set ISO 400, 1/100s, and used the sensor mode with the default sensor. It said f/4.5, and as I said, probably -2 stops of a reasonable exposure. Samsung Galaxy Active 8, I think.
Laura Connolly 2020-06-19

9
Awesome app. So simple. It just works! Would be so cool if you could customize settings (aperture, shutter speed) for specific cameras.... Or use it to record settings taken for photos...
A Dor 2019-12-03

9
App worked well after one photoshoot and it stopped functioning. The sensor feature stopped functioning after a single photoshoot (that\'s the function that I purchased the app for). I uninstall and reinstall the app to no avail. When it worked it was very accurate and it gave me great exposure settings. Oh, well you get what you pay for. **Response: it\'s just not reading
Trevor Rowell 2019-12-07

8
I tried the free version after forgetting my Sekonic while out taking night photos with a 1955 Fed 1G and Fuji Superia 400 film. I wasn\'t expecting much but all 35 images were correctly exposed. I have checked it against my meter and on my cheap UDGMI F1 it\'s very accurate.
Jason Renoux 2020-07-17

8
I am enjoying the app. It is maybe not as accurate as a $500 spot meter but it does a nice job for my level of photography. Thanks and keep the updates flowing ;)
Joe Holt 2020-04-30

7
This app is a must have for anyone shooting vintage cameras. I used the the free version for a year before purchasing it. Compared to stand alone light meters costing hundreds of dollars, this is the better option. The best part is it\'s always with me.