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Photography Light Meter

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    PLEASE DON'T BELIEVE AT THE RATES IS NOT TRUTH, TRY IT BECAUSE NOT ALL DEVICES ARE COMPATIBLE !!!!!!!!!!!!

    The BEST Photographic Light Meter
    This is an application for photographers to measure the amount of light.
    It reproduces a handheld digital incident light meter and you can use to adjust your camera for a precise and ideal exposure.
    You get a reading in f-stops or shutter speed and after you can change values with VOL +/- buttons.
    It uses two different kinds of measurement: frontal light sensor(if present) or back phone's camera.
    It works fine on Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy SIII
    Attention!! not all phones have the frontal light sensor
    Now with depth of field DOF and FLASH range calculator!!
    This easy-to-use FLASH calculator allows you to input a variety of variables, for example guide number GN, so that via a simple calculation photographers can determine the max distance of your subject

    ISO 5-3200
    f-stop 1.0-64
    Lux 0-200000 (depends on Phone)
    cal. 2.3 Nexus, 1.5 SIII

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    Users review

    from 57 reviews

    "Good"

    6.2

    Users comments

    Jerry burke

    by Jerry burke

    May 07, 2016  |  "Good"

    How about canon 70 D

    alan moss

    by alan moss

    May 02, 2016  |  "Poor"

    Still no good

    Çağrı Ahıskalı

    by Çağrı Ahıskalı

    Nov 06, 2014  |  "Poor"

    Useless.. Bad menu design.. Bad controls..

    Michael Gerard

    by Michael Gerard

    Sep 01, 2014  |  "Great"

    On Moto Razr M, after tapping on menu dots, app crashes. Needs update to include newer cameras (Nikon D5200 & D5300). Very useful tool to quickly get a light meter reading and then adjust for exposure time, aperture or ISO. Maybe not pro level, but for me it's much better than spending $300 or more on a light meter.

    Rob Dewet

    by Rob Dewet

    Jun 08, 2014  |  "Awesome"

    I have the old Samsung Note 1 with Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean) and everything is 100%. (I just wish I knew what different choosing the different camera options made!) Terrific app!

    Ruff Rider

    by Ruff Rider

    Feb 05, 2014  |  "Poor"

    It crashesh all the time on my SamSung Note II. It doesnt change F stops or Shutter speed when you change ISO. Light meter should be able to read light... this one doesn't. I want my refund!!! Sorry mate but this is not good app....