LightMeter (noAds)

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    LightMeter (noAds)

    by: 570 9.2

    9.2 Users
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    I've made this app for real old school photographers or advanced amateurs shooting analog photography. For the price of a soda you will support hundreds of hours of work and will get more features and improvements than the free version. If you can't use a credit card, check

    LightMeter's reflected light meter only works with devices that are able to save exposure to exif. Incident light meter usually works on any device but...

    Be advised that the precission and quality of this and all phone light meters is limited by the device itself. I recommend using the reflected light option, the precission can be really good. You can test LightMeter Free before you buy (


    -Better performance than LightMeter Free
    -Expanded ISO range from 3 to 6400.
    -Incident light metering (needs light sensor)
    -Reflected light metering (needs camera, only a few are compatible)
    -Low light alert.
    -Camera can be muted. (not in all countries)
    -Exif and sensor info displayed on screen as an option.
    -Vibration on measure/hold.
    -Incident light reading can be held.
    -Alternative ISO selector.
    -State and ISO recall on resume.
    -Spot measure if camera has zoom.
    -Support for all screens, including extra high resolution.
    -Try for free LightMeter before you buy so you can test your device capabilities.

    Thanks for your support

    If you need help email me at (Spanish and English)

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    Users comments for LightMeter (noAds)

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Dec 26, 2017  |  "Great"

    Works OK, but I'd love an option to switch between 1/3 stop and 1/2 stop intervals. Also, times shorter than 1 second should be coloured differently to avoid confusion.

    Mustakim Irsan

    by Mustakim Irsan

    Dec 19, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    I bought the paid version. Works accurate with my Xiaomi Mi5 after I calibrated it with my Nikon F100. I think it would be nice feature to add if the 'zoom function' represent a lens focal length.

    Jerome Grimmer

    by Jerome Grimmer

    Dec 12, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Tried the free version and it worked very well. I liked it so much I bought the paid version. This works well with my Samsung J3 phone in reflected mode. For incident, I meter off of the palm of my hand and increase exposure 1 stop.

    David Scherzer

    by David Scherzer

    Dec 01, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    This app is worth far more than the 199 pennies I paid for it. After having just switched back to film photography with the discovery of an old Minolta Autocord in my in-laws basement, I had to relearn how to take photographs without a TTL meter (I've been spoiled by DSLRs for 10+ years now). And with each frame of 6x6 film costing me roughly $1 after developing costs, I have an incentive to nail the exposure on the first try! This app, installed on my Samsung Galaxy S6, gives me nearly identical readings to what the spot and center weighed meter settings in my Nikon D700 gives me. If you've already shelled out a few hundred dollars on a cutting edge smartphone, I think you can safely use it with this app to replace a dedicated handheld meter. However, there are two caveats to that: 1. This app wasn't designed for flash metering. If you want to meter your flash output, you'll still need a dedicated meter (David Quiles, hint hint, if you could figure out a way to make this app meter flash output accurately, I'd HAPPILY pay another $10 for this app) 2. I've noticed the incident meter changes values depending on the angle at which I hold the front of my phone to the light source. I'm not sure if this app uses the front camera, or rather the light sensor that my phone uses to automatically adjust screen brightness, so this could be a hardware issue on my phone rather than an issue with the app. But in any case, it seems that you need to be thoughtful about the direction you hold your phone when taking an incident meter reading. I'm wondering if one of those clip on white domes for my phone's front camera would improve this? All in all, I love this app. My 120 roll film is coming out perfectly exposed using this app to meter one my old Minolta Autocord.

    Ivan Rios

    by Ivan Rios

    Nov 25, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Works just like a real light meter. I love it. I don't have to carry my Sekonic around anymore. Now I can just use my phone. What a convenience!

    Peter Janak Jr

    by Peter Janak Jr

    Nov 20, 2017  |  "Good"

    Well, I hope it works. But it came with no instructions. But I can Google.