Okay Seems to function well, but this is a reflected light meter, not an incident meter. Incident meters read the light actually falling on the subject using a white inverccone, and are used differently. A reflected light meter reads the light being reflected back off the subject: this is why white objects and black objects often look grey instead of their correct shades because the exposure needs adjustment. And before anyone criticises my comment, I have over 30 years experience as a professional photographer.
Useless to me As others have found, on my phone the shutter scale cannot be seen so I cannot use it
Simple calculator but I'm unable to read the shutter speed. It's cut off by the ISO/Aperture slider.
Simple and well designed. Great guide for most common photo situations, and more importantly quick and easy to use to guess best exposure without a light meter, or as a reference for exposure in general. Good companion with my film cameras.
Cant read shutter speed Just what I've been looking for unfortunatly shutter speeds are to small to read Xperia Z2 (D6503)
Useless Out didn't work on my lg p500
Exposure Pro when used with your DSLR camera will give you a perfect exposure!