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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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It is important when considering an LCD light meter - much more so than with other tools of the trade - to learn as much as you can about the unit you are about to buy, and to shop around for the best deal and the best service.
Umpires David Shepherd and Venkat might have been the most unpopular men at Headingley last night at 6pm when the England openers gratefully accepted the offer of the light, but their second close study of the light meters must have had treasurers all around the country whooping with delight.
Using Manual control, one can select both shutter speed and aperture under the guidance of the N65's built-in Center-Weighted light meter.
The camera's built-in digital light meter, microprocessor, and color correction filter combine to automatically produce the correct exposure and filtration for high-quality color and black-and-white prints.
The father-of-five, who runs a printing company in Small Heath, Birmingham, carried out tests at parking spaces around the country armed with a light meter, sound recorder, tape measure, paint scraper and white gloves.
Therapeutic light intensity usually is five times higher (measured by a light meter in lux or foot candles) than that of ordinary lamps and ceiling fixtures at home or at work.
England, already reeling from three injury setbacks and a wayward performance in the field, were wobbling on 197-5 in the fourth Test, a lead of 189, when the light meter they had cursed 48 hours earlier spared them further misfortune.
Bucknor, who held up the delayed resumption when he took the field without his light meter, and Dar offered South Africa the escape hatch by applying an absurd new snippet of small print agreed by both sides for this series.
Headingley's green pastures await your expertise - and bring a torch to ward off any more dimwits who live by the light meter.
And Hussain is uneasy about a combination of red ball, white sightscreen and shoving 50p in the light meter.
The light meter must be reliable and capable of measuring less than 1 fc.