Wonderful for us old geezers who remember meters that look like this. Accurate measurements next to Gossen Mastersix. Zoom feature is handy, an almost spot meter. Those who complain about setting not being saved, do yourselves and the creator a favour and spend three bucks on a useful app: full version saves all settings.
Been a fan of the free version for a while, now....wanted to comment/request for a feature "remember ISO and meter mode" which bothered me....and found out the paid version has that. Totally worth the 2€ upgrade from the free version. Both are pretty accurate, do what they say on the tin. Highly recommended!
Beautiful, simple design. App only takes up 12 MB when installed. And best of all, it works! Checked readings with my Nikon D40x DSLR and perfect match! Phone: Sony Xperia Z3 Compact (D5803) Modes: Both incident and reflected worked accurately Happy to support the developer by buying paid version!
Great app. Works well with my Motorola Zboard. Worth the mere price of admission for the no add version. Please add ISO 6400. Update, this is by far the best light meter app I have tried. ISO 6400 has been added. When comparing readings against my Sekonic L308S-U light meter, the results are spot on using my Galaxy Note 5.
Awesome app that I use often. Couple features I would like to see: ISO 1.6 (because of those super-slow motion picture films that are currently popular on eBay). Also would be cool to have support for ND-filters/exposure compensation so that we don't have to calculate things manually (when we shoot low-iso films with ND-filters). Thanks!
Works for me! Love this app. Shot a whole roll of film on an old olympus camera using only this app for metering and the pictures came out great.
Camera permission Fix
Android 6 Fix
• Minor fix
• Low light test bug fix.
• Better license management
• Better performance and less memory usage.
• Low light test and alerts for reflected light mode.
• Kitkat ready
• -4 to +4 calibration.
• Alternative ISO bug fixed.
• Various minor problems fixed.
• ISOs expended from 3 to 6400.
Enter a ambient lighting conditions and we'll give you apertures/shutter speeds.