Looks good but no sensor on my device. App looks fine but my device doesn't work with sensor input. BTW, past participle/adjectival form of input is "input", not "inputted", so you loose a star...😋
Not bad Missing more step in shutter speed. Mesure is quite accurate on my old SS3. Compared to a Spectra light meter.
uninstall can't set aperture
Ads below the "Measure" button The only function is operated by the Measure button -- but it's too easy to hit the BIG AD by mistake. Also the AD is brightly colored while the controls and results areas are pretty much dim: that's a backwards design for sure. NOTE: this app seems to use the sensor on the screen side of the camera, proper for this type of meter but I saw no indication. Not sure about the accuracy, will find an easier meter, probably a reflectance meter. Wish this one had a better design, + both types of meter.
Incident... "Incident light".... better look it up before making a review. Camera built in meters DOES NOT measure incident light, this app does. Hope this helps clarify some wrong concepts out there. (Almost all "light metering" android apps measures ONLY "reflected" light, which makes them "almost obsolete".
Useless Only measures ambient light. No flash metering. But, this makes this app absolutely obsolete, as any modem camera does this job even better. Metering a flash and even telling the ratio between ambient and flash light, that's what the camera can't do and what anyone would want a light meter for.
Enabled increase or decrease ISO/F/SS value by your phones volume key.