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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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A sanitarian in the market for an LCD light meter may find that the features discussed below are also helpful.
Don't let your camera go snow-blind Most light meters are averaging meters: they collect all the light in a scene, then give the proper exposure for the middle shades.
That's 400% more stringent than the digital camera standard of 1/3rd f/stop, and even more accurate than handheld incident light meters, which must be within 1/10th f/stop.
Howard Brandston, among others, recommends that we travel with a light meter so that we can better bridge the gap between the experiential and the abstract world of numbers, where we so often wade in our profession.
The Type 217 Light meter measures approximately 2[inches]x2[inches]x3.
Gigahertz-Optik's BTS256-E Light Meter provides all necessary illuminance, color and spectral data to fully qualify solid state lighting and any other type light source.
Part of the selection process involved scanning the sky with a special light meter.
And when Shane Warne's efforts to restore Aussie supremacy were thwarted by every Pom's best friend at The Oval yesterday - the light meter - Vaughan was the first man to come within touching distance of a Holy Grail since Monty Python.
Some photographers use a separate handheld light meter, which has the advantage of making more accurate reflected light readings and allows the photographer to make a series of spot readings from different parts of the scene.
A spectator waits for the rain to stop during a break in play in the fourth Test at Headingley yesterday Umpire David Shepherd walks off with Shane Warne while his colleague Venkat studies his light meter againPicture/ALLSPORT