Down in my part of Texas we wear the holster and carry the iPhone in a pocket. Seriously though, I got my iPhone used, like my film cameras, and got the light meter app just to see how cheap a "game" it was. But after checking it, I was surprised it does seem to work well enough for good lighting situations with snapshot film. To those doing business with their smart phone I will be getting the credit card terminal next.
Thanks for letting me comment.
Thank you for the tip, just installed it on my iPhone and it seems to be working very well. =)
Again, it's free, so if you already have an iPhone, why the heck not?
Never really understood people in such opposition to start using new (free) tools, what ever happened to curiosity?
- At least you will have a backup, should something happen.
The iPhone meter is better than my l-208 and my l-358 in the sense that I can actually see what I am metering with the iphone app, with my regular meters, it's guesswork, and I don't like to guess (or dish out $600 for a Seconic -758 with a proper spot meter on it).
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