Thanks much...great tool For the camera bozos who don't know any better, this isn't a light meter, it's a phone version of the old exposure value tables we used to carry around with us to estimate exposure without a meter. It's handy to have when I'm using my old film cameras with a dead meter or the ones that never had one.
ISO 1600 is a must, though it all is not really necessary if you know EV for surrounding situation. Good app.
Handy calculator if you happen not to have a light meter with you (and can never remember sunny 16 rule). If you shoot film, dead handy.
Works great, only suggestions are to add 1600 iso (skipped it) and go beyond 3200 to 6400 or even 12800 now that nikon and canon go that high.
I get what it does. But if you know a little photography you'll realiza its useless unless ur aperture meeter doesnt work.
Little use when one has a proper body but neat nevertheless. Is it possible to use phone camera to take readings?... even if they won't be ideal.
Exposure Pro when used with your DSLR camera will give you a perfect exposure!