Sunny 16 - replace lightmeters

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About this app

When you are going to shoot analogue photos and have no light meter with you, Sunny 16 rule is the way to go. This app calculates based on given weather conditions and ISO speed of your film the possible shutter speed and aperture to use for proper exposure.
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Jun 22, 2024

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93 reviews
A Google user
October 19, 2018
Simple but very useful app for calculating exposure using the sunny 16 rule. It's not always easy to do the calculations in my head! Would like to be able to set a maximum shutter speed as most of my film cameras don't go above one one thousandth of a second. I shoot by aperture so this app could give me an impossible combination.
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Peters Webcorner
October 19, 2018
Thanks a lot for the idea of limiting aperture and shutter speed. See version 1.8, please. Should be available soon
A Google user
May 5, 2019
Great app especially for beginners starting out with film photography. Would love an option for shutter speed limit (mine only goes until 1000).
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A Google user
November 27, 2018
This app is great, I was wondering can you add a option for night time. Thanks for this app. A great tool for photography.