Topic: Iphone lightmeter App

When my trusty Sekonic L398 died last week I was left trying to figure out where I would come up with $250 for a new one (without my wife catching me), then thought of my I-phone, it is always with me, has an automatic camera and must read light. Sure enough there was a free app called Lightmeter, it is reflective rather than incident but it does work, and seems quite accurate in that it agrees with my experience, lets see how my low light shots come out.

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The only app I need  for this stuff,  LOL,  is one that prevents   people from using them while driving

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Just got my prints back and exposure looks dead on, but then Portura 400 has decent latitude.

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There are several such apps for android. I'm using one just called "lightmeter" that seams to work fine. It also nicely looks like an 1950's handheld meeter.

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