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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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If you intend to use the light meter in litigation support activities, however, the certification is essential.
To determine the correct exposure, use a handheld light meter or consult the printed guidelines that come with your film.
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.
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Part of the selection process involved scanning the sky with a special light meter.
This application changes Jaz into a dedicated light meter allowing users to measure calibrated absolute irradiance without any need for an external computer.
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.