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    Which iPhone light meter

    Just got an iphone5. What light meter ap is the best?

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    Well. I use one which i simply called light meter. Works great. Some articles floating around, and this one comes out on the top

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    Quote Originally Posted by daleeman View Post
    Just got an iphone5. What light meter ap is the best?
    The one called "Gossen LunaPro SBC".

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    Which iPhone light meter

    Fotometer Pro works fine and is really cool looking. But the one called Light Meter works just as well and is easier to read.
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    I have Light Meter. It has always matched my ambient meter and has ever held up for night shots when my ambient meter is useless.

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    Which iPhone light meter

    I have this one, and it's always been as accurate as my Sekonic meter. I found it to have the most, and the best ratings when I downloaded it.

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    I use photometer. It has two screens to choose from. One of them looks like a classic dial meter and it works great. I have been using it for my LF shots for the last year now and it has never let me down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChristopherCoy View Post
    I have this one, and it's always been as accurate as my Sekonic meter. I found it to have the most, and the best ratings when I downloaded it.

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    That's the one I use as well. Pretty easy and saves info to a cloud account so you have notes about exposure along with an image. Good for those of us somewhat challenged at remembering to take notes. Always found it to be accurate.

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    I prefer "Luxmeter", as it shows EV values (nice for cameras that support them) and it has a super clean interface. Fotometer Pro looks very retro and cool and everything but is not as easy to use.
    Still, I got a Sekonic L-208 for Christmas and have not used the iPhone apps since then. It is just easier, and has all the advantages of incident meters.

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    Check the one from Nuwaste called Pocket Light Meter.

    http://www.jeffreyglasser.com/



 

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