exposure meter


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exposure meter

Light measuring instrument for ascertaining the setting (lens aperture, shutter speed, etc.) of a camera for correct light exposure of the photographic material (CIE).
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Exposure index from the personal exposure meter for 24 h according to the characteristics of the pregnant women (N = 269) a), c), e) total exposure index, and b), d), f) exposure index for mobile communication
ASA setting not adjusting Exposure Meter Not Proper working Aperture blade not proper working
Personal daily noise exposure can also be measured by personal sound exposure meters or noise dosimeters.
Unlike with conventional sound exposure meters, an employee can comfortably wear the CEL-350 dBadge all day by attaching it to a shirt, overalls or hardhat.
During the match, 10 of the 11 participants wore personal sound exposure meters (doseBadges), fixed to their shoulder, which continuously measured each individual's noise exposure.
Therefore, local calibration might be necessary if barnacles are to be used as "exposure meters."
The brochure also includes Si photodiodes for general photometry and camera applications such as light dimmers, color identification, exposure meters, auto strobe, and illuminaters.
Cromer, Final Report on Calibration and Characterization of I-Line Exposure Meters, SEMATECH Report 91090678A-ENG, SEMATECH, Austin, TX 78741, October 17, 1991.