Here in Arizona, our legislators say that would be a disadvantage :)
It works on the iPod Touch and iPad (After the first model) so there is no ongoing cost for those of us who refuse to carry a cell phone of any kind.
Thanks for letting me comment.
A true cowboy's opinion is always valued here on APUG.
My Girlfriend has the free app, and I checked it with my Sekonic. It's pretty accurate, in good light.
o'mjust glad it 's not a camera.
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).