I wish I could have a better way to determine if my phone's camera is compatible with the reflect meter. There is a huge discrepancy between the reflected light meter and the incidental light meter. I haven't done any shots using the meter, but the incidental seems about accurate to the Sunny 16 rule—close enough that I'm sure it's working as designed, at least. Using the reflected meter, though, the meter is always around 1/500 at f2, no matter what I meter, though my phone saves exposure exif.
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I really like this app, it's very easy to use and pretty accurate. I do have an issue, after getting a new Galaxy s10 I was never able to get the spot meter to work. it might have something to do with the app using the wrong camera out of the 3 it has or theres a setting I dont see. I use this on my old Galaxy s7 and it works perfectly on that.
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Excellent! Nice to have meter with an intuitive, analog readout. I love the simple calculator dial of my Weston 737, and this works just as well. Unfortunately the settings tab is placed where I can't get to it: if I try to touch it, phone settings come down instead of app settings. I would LOVE to see continuous reading in reflected mode. Perhaps this is a little ambitious, but that would make this my favorite metering app by a huge margin.
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