Light Meter Tools - Trial

Light Meter Tools - Trial


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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.

This is the trial version (60 days) of a paid app.

Email me if you have any issues or questions about usage.

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 Sunny Sixteen calculator and a Depth of Field calculator.

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Recently changed in this version

Some major changes were made, please contact me if you have issues.

Fix for camera selection crash

Made Camera/Sensor meter quick launch icons optional (Advanced Settings)
Changed highlight color for meters
Allow force-localization to any of the available options (Advanced Settings)
Camera Meter performance optimizations
Crash fixes
Bug fixes

Comments and ratings for Light Meter Tools - Trial
  • (59 stars)

    by Penny McQueen on 18/04/2015

    Not sure why, but my phone won't allow the use of either the camera meter or the sensor meter, despite my accepting the permission to use my camera.

  • (59 stars)

    by Huy Tran on 15/04/2015

    Inaccurate on Nexus 5

  • (59 stars)

    by Francois Ross on 20/02/2015

    I have been used the app side by with my trusted Gossen Luna Star F with the 5 deg spot attachment, for about 3 weeks and it has always rendered the same reading as my stand alone light meter! The only down side is it has been cashing the last few days, don't know why, otherwise it would have 5 stars..

  • (59 stars)

    by Matthew Schibler on 22/01/2015

    My phone's light sensor and camera both require changing the "adjust" value to get an accurate reading. My only complaint is that I have to change this value whenever I switch between camera and sensor mode. I would prefer that camera mode has its' own adjustment value, separate from the adjustment value of the sensor mode, as the level of required compensation is different for each. Apart from th

  • (59 stars)

    by Alexander Gardner on 30/12/2014

    I am going to fiddle a little more with this as to have a light meter on my Note 4 would be fantastic when shooting on the street but so far trying to find the sweet spot alongside my 758D isn't yielding consistent results.

  • (59 stars)

    by Christian Eriksson on 29/12/2014

    Nexus 5 with android 5.0.1 meters very wrong :-/ 4ev in camera spot metering and 6ev in sensor metering, comparing to a gossen light meter.

  • (59 stars)

    by valerie myers on 27/12/2014

    It is everything I was looking for, I wish we have more useful apps like this for those who love photography. Works very fine on my Xperia T2. I will purchase it certainly.

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