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Digital Photography, An Integrated Approach

Creator: Bruce Warren | Photography - 2012-01-01

Camera Meter Metered area Reflected-Light Meter Use Camera Meter Incident-Light Meter Use Reflected-Light Meter Use. Top: Reflectedlight meters (also known as luminance meters) measure the amount of light emitted or reflected by the ...

Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company

About this book
Turn your enthusiasm into striking photographs! The perfect companion wherever you go, DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY provides a straightforward, comprehensive introduction to photography for the digital photographer. Detailed step-by-step photo sequences and concise discussions show you how to execute photography processes and special techniques using actual equipment and materials, while a full chapter on troubleshooting provides help when you need it. Numerous high-quality, full-color and duotone reproductions of works by well-known photographers such as Ansel Adams and Alfred Stieglitz offer inspiration and guidance. From "seeing" and composing the shot to applying special techniques and working in Photoshop, this information-packed book covers everything you need to know to become a successful digital photographer.



128 pages

Portrait Photographer's Handbook

Creator: Bill Hurter | 2007-08-01

An image with full tonal range has a significant amount of data in all areas of the histogram. l\/l ETE RI NG Reflected-Light Meters. Because exposure is so critical to producing fine portraits, it is essential to meter the scene ...

Publisher: Amherst Media

About this book
Combining time-tested practices with contemporary methods, this guidebook details the fine art of capturing formal and casual posed images. With advice and guidance from the finest and most decorated portrait and wedding photographers in the country, this instructional discusses subjects such as lighting in the studio and on location, improving improvisational shooting techniques, and how to retouch images in the post-production process to create truly flawless looks. A chapter addressing the common problems in taking portraitures—from working with subjects with glasses to subjects that vary in size, facial features, and skin tone—is also included.



128 pages

Master Guide for Professional Photographers

Creator: Patrick Rice | 2006-11-01

The movement of the mirror can cause Sharp, but the background will be some camera shake, which can result in an image that is less sharp. bjurred_ Light Meters A light meter is a device that measures the light falling on a sceiie/ ...

Publisher: Amherst Media

About this book
From shooting basics to image editing, this textbook is an all encompassing reference that can be used by students in any level of photography class as well as those studying to complete the Certified Professional Photographer program. Beginning with an overview of camera choices and basic camera functions, this guide outlines the fundamentals of lighting equipment, light theory, composition, and digital imaging while providing a comprehensive roadmap for efficiently taking images from conception to client presentation. Tips for overcoming obstacles are offered from the hard-won advice of photographers who have successfully passed the Professional Photographer Certification Program tests.


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Light meter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A light meter is a device used to measure the amount of light. In photography, a light meter is often used to determine the proper exposure for a photograph.

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Sekonic L-358 Flash Master Light Meter - Amazon.com
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Sekonic Light Meters: Exposure Meters and Color Meters for ...
Controlling light is an essential skill for photographers, videographers and digital filmmakers. Sekonic exposure meters, color meters and illuminometers help you ...

Understanding Your Camera's Light Meter - Photography
A light meter is an instrument inside your camera that tells you if the amount of light reaching the film will be enough or too much to properly expose your image.


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  • Dr.Meter

    Dr.Meter Digital Illuminance/Light Meter LX1330B , 0 - 200,000 Lux Luxmeter

    Photography (Dr.Meter)
    List Price: $99.99

    Over-range indication, Unit and Sign display for easy reading
    1 Year Warranty.
    Data Hold & Peak-Data hold switches, Low power consumption, Short rise and fall time
    High Accuracy and rapid response, Auto Zeroing
    4-Range: 0/200/2,000/20,000/200,000 Lux


  • Sekonic Corporation

    Sekonic L-308s Light Meter - Black

    Photography (Sekonic Corporation)

    Rating (158 reviews):
    (4.6/5)
    Sekonic Corporation

    Dead simple to use

    0 5/5 Keith Nichols (Dallas, TX United States) - See all my reviews, October 12, 2006

    Samll accurate lightmeter you can take everywhere

    0 5/5 BruceL "BruceL" (San Francisco Bay) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Sekonic L-308s Light Meter - Black (Electronics) When I started to look for a new lightmeter, I want something small, reliable, accurate, and can do ambient and flash. This little meter is not the most feature rich, but definitely one of the smaller more compact ones. And there is nothing that will break, unlike some of the units with swivel head. I have used Gossen LunaPro SBC, which is excellent for extreme low light, but a bit bulkier and lack flash capability. I have also used Minolta Flashmeter III and Sekonic L-328. There are definitely other meters out there that can do more tricks, but the small size and low cost of this meter enable me to carry it everywhere. After all, a meter used in the field is better than a meter left in storage. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 15, 2008

    Easy to use, but calibration drifts over time

    0 3/5 J. Ray (Los Angeles, CA USA) - See all my reviews, March 10, 2009
    List Price: $233.00
    At ISO 100, the ambient EV range is 0 to 19.9, flash f/stops range from f/1.4 to f/90.9
    Exposures accurate down to a tenth-of-a-stop for both ambient and electronic flash light readings in full-stop mode.
    Pocket-sized, and easy to stow away. The L-308S measures 2.5"W x 4.3"H x 0.9"D (63mmW x 110mmH x 22mmD)
    Only products shipped from and sold by authorized resellers such as Amazon.com can ensure that you are receiving product that has proper FCC communication and is covered by the US Warranty.
    Includes Lumidisc with pouch, soft case, strap, synchro terminal cap, AA battery.


  • Extech Instruments

    Extech LT40 LED Light Meter

    Home Improvement (Extech Instruments)
    List Price: $119.99
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    Measures LED and Standard lighting
    Lux or Foot-Candle units
    For White and Color LEDs


  • Sekonic Corporation

    Sekonic L-358 Flash Master Light Meter

    Photography (Sekonic Corporation)

    Rating (123 reviews):
    (4.7/5)
    Sekonic Corporation

    Excellent Light Meter

    0 5/5 iPP - See all my reviews This Sekonic L-358 light meter is an excellent meter. I have fallen in love with it. Lots of Today's 35mm SLR camera meters are TTL Meters (reflected light measurement meters). Sekonic L-358 is such a high precision instrument which measures incident, reflected, flash (cord & cordless). I got great digital photos after I have used the reading on 2 different cameras under normal & Flash lights.The pictures are great out of your camera and do not require any editing if used properly according to the instructions. I like the built in Memory function to store readings, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority, 2 ISO functions, Weather proof Seal, Can include optional radio transmitter + receiver modules to wirelessly trigger flash units, So far Battery Life has been Good. This meter does not use "AA" it uses CR-123A so you will have to always carry one spare with you. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 10, 2005

    Excellent Lightmeter - Great Value Too!

    0 5/5 Yo' Vinny (Houston, TX USA) - See all my reviews, May 27, 2008

    Waited too long

    I read a light meter review recently where the reviewer said; "even if you don't think you need a light meter, you do." This is good advice.Three huge advantages come to mind after using this meter once.First, it is a tremendous time saver during the shoot and afterwards in post processing, take a light reading, set your camera to what the meter reads and shoot.Second, repeatability - even if you are shooting low/high key or going for artistic effects; you can reproduce lighting ratios/scenarios you like easily in the future. When you don't have a light meter you can spend countless hours tweaking the power settings on your strobes or multiple shoe mount flash units to get a few shots right.......and when you're done and have packed it all up......the next day, week, month....you have no way to get back to those settings again.Third, better pictures.Having an LCD/preview and histograms are useful but DSLRs, even the most... 5/5 Paul T. Stewart (Hendersonville, TN USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Sekonic L-358 Flash Master Light Meter (Electronics) I read a light meter review recently where the reviewer said; "even if you don't think you need a light meter, you do." This is good advice.Three huge advantages come to mind after using this meter once.First, it is a tremendous time saver during the shoot and afterwards in post processing, take a light reading, set your camera to what the meter reads and shoot.Second, repeatability - even if you are shooting low/high key or going for artistic effects; you can reproduce lighting ratios/scenarios you like easily in the future. When you don't have a light meter you can spend countless hours tweaking the power settings on your strobes or multiple shoe mount flash units to get a few shots right.......and when you're done and have packed it all up......the next day, week, month....you have no way to get back to those settings again.Third, better pictures.Having an LCD/preview and histograms are useful but DSLRs, even the most... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 25, 2009
    List Price: $449.00
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    Up to 9 readings can be stored in memory for meter averaging and contrast evaluations in Aperture and Shutter priority modes
    Incident readings of three-dimensional subjects are taken using the Lumisphere fully extended
    Sekonic RT-32 Radio Transmitter Module installs easily, enabling wireless
    Hi-Res 800 x 600 SVGA LED Backlit Screen 4:3 ratio, Auto Rotate Sensor, Remote Control
    Exposures accurate down to a tenth-of-a-stop for both ambient and electronic flash light readings
    Dust-proof and splash-proof (JIS Standard Water Resistance Class 4)


  • Dr.Meter

    Dr.Meter New Digital Light Meter 0.1 Lux - 200,000 Lux Tester FC Photo Camera Luxmeter

    BISS (Dr.Meter)

    Rating (37 reviews):
    (4.0/5)
    Dr.Meter

    This is a Digital Light Meter not a photographic exposure meter

    I find this inexpensive meter extremely useful for assessing lighting conditions at venues where I am taking photographs and videos. That said this is not a photographic exposure or flash meter and unfortunately if you are purchasing it as an inexpensive substitute to use for that purpose you will be disappointed.This meter gives you a simple to understand Lux reading corresponding to the brightness in the room. Our eyes are amazing self adjusting optical miracles... they compensate for conditions so much that we often have a difficult time judging just how light or dark conditions really are.Modern cameras and video cameras have sophisticated reflective light meters built into them and if used in an auto or semi-auto mode they will adjust the images we take for overall brightness. They will also predict whether the exposure will be under or over-exposed in manual as compared to a photo that is an even 18% gray. Very few people use traditional exposure... 5/5 Amazon Customer (Kent, WA United States) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Dr.Meter New Digital Light Meter 0.1 Lux - 200,000 Lux Tester FC Photo Camera Luxmeter I find this inexpensive meter extremely useful for assessing lighting conditions at venues where I am taking photographs and videos. That said this is not a photographic exposure or flash meter and unfortunately if you are purchasing it as an inexpensive substitute to use for that purpose you will be disappointed.This meter gives you a simple to understand Lux reading corresponding to the brightness in the room. Our eyes are amazing self adjusting optical miracles... they compensate for conditions so much that we often have a difficult time judging just how light or dark conditions really are.Modern cameras and video cameras have sophisticated reflective light meters built into them and if used in an auto or semi-auto mode they will adjust the images we take for overall brightness. They will also predict whether the exposure will be under or over-exposed in manual as compared to a photo that is an even 18% gray. Very few people use traditional exposure... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 11, 2014

    Works great, but it helps if you have some experience/understanding of how light meters work.

    0 5/5 Stickman (Virtually everywhere.) - See all my reviews This review is from: Dr.Meter New Digital Light Meter 0.1 Lux - 200,000 Lux Tester FC Photo Camera Luxmeter It does come with an "instruction manual" but it's a small piece of paper folded into a "booklet." But I really didn't need it, most of the controls are self-evident. The only thing that is needed is the weighting of the sensor so you can make corrections if needed based on the color/wavelength of the light you are comparing. My only complaint is that the weighting chart is literally 1 inch square. ie, tiny. It's "A" weighted to follow human sight, meaning yellow light is registered the strongest. If you are comparing apples to apples you should be fine. For the price, it can't be beat. There was a time when a meter like this was $400.PS. I would not use this for photography. There are much better meters that are better suited to photography. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 26, 2013

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    0 4/5 noniwayno - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Dr.Meter New Digital Light Meter 0.1 Lux - 200,000 Lux Tester FC Photo Camera Luxmeter This product shipped quickly and surprised as to how fast I received it. everything is as described, works great easy to use, very helpful in my LED business for site surveys of existing lighting. Using a rechargeable 9v battery, good idea. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 22, 2013
    List Price: $49.99
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    Unit and Sign Display for Easy Reading;Convenient Lux. and FC (Foot Candle) Selection
    Data Hold Function to Hold the Current Readout on the Screen;Over Range Indication - Highest digit of "1" will be displayed
    Wide Measuring Range - Up to 200,000 Lux. or 20,000 FC
    Low Power Consumption with Low Battery Icon to Ensure Long-lasting Life & Timely Replacement
    Equipped with LSI-Circuit to Provide High Reliability & Durability


  • HDE

    HDE LX-1010B Digital Luxmeter Light Meter with LCD Display - Range up to 50,000 Lux

    Photography (HDE)

    Rating (40 reviews):
    (3.8/5)
    HDE

    Came right in time

    0 3/5 Trevor - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) Honestly this was an impulse buy. I thought it was for photography. Got it and realized it was for light measurement (lux). That said I still use it to measure stage lights when I shoot video productions. "THIS IS NOT A PHOTOGRAPHY LIGHT METER" 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 7, 2012

    removing the damn cover!!

    I'd read that the light reading unit cover was removable but thought the cover was the shape and size of the dome...so I was scratching away like crazy trying to get the black dome to pop off. I used a razor blade, screwdriver, anything I could find with an edge, trying to get that dome cover to pop off. I finally went back and re-read an explanation(from a review on an identical lux meter selling for $12.58 also on Amazon) again and then went looking for the slots mentioned. The only slot(s) apparent were on the side of the light reading unit and bingo...the cover is the entire top/length of the light reading unit and pops right off when something is twisted in one of the slots. Duh, I said to myself slowly.In the perverse logic of the manufacturer, the words OPEN are on the top of the cover, inside a raised edge circle. So naturally I was pushing down on the OPEN, thinking that would somehow pop the dome off. If the technical writer had ever read Charles L. Dogson, he... 4/5 jabuticabra - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: HDE LX-1010B Digital Luxmeter Light Meter with LCD Display - Range up to 50,000 Lux (Electronics) I'd read that the light reading unit cover was removable but thought the cover was the shape and size of the dome...so I was scratching away like crazy trying to get the black dome to pop off. I used a razor blade, screwdriver, anything I could find with an edge, trying to get that dome cover to pop off. I finally went back and re-read an explanation(from a review on an identical lux meter selling for $12.58 also on Amazon) again and then went looking for the slots mentioned. The only slot(s) apparent were on the side of the light reading unit and bingo...the cover is the entire top/length of the light reading unit and pops right off when something is twisted in one of the slots. Duh, I said to myself slowly.In the perverse logic of the manufacturer, the words OPEN are on the top of the cover, inside a raised edge circle. So naturally I was pushing down on the OPEN, thinking that would somehow pop the dome off. If the technical writer had ever read Charles L. Dogson, he... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 15, 2012

    nice meter for the $

    0 5/5 steve e setser - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) this meter is great and very accurate,for the $ you cant go wrong,i compared it to an expensive meter my friend had and it was very close to the same #s. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 10, 2012
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    The digital light meter uses a 9V battery(not included); Accurate up to 50,000 lux +/- 5%
    HDE® is a registered trademark and is the only authorized seller of HDE branded products
    Product comes equipped with a light sensor that is separate from the reading device, allowing its users to take measurements at an optimal position.
    Package Contents: 1 x Digital Light Meter
    The digital light meter will allow you to measure the lighting in an area


  • Polaris

    Polaris SPD100 Digital Exposure Meter

    Photography (Polaris)

    Rating (92 reviews):
    (4.4/5)
    Polaris

    A Valuable Meter at a Great Price

    Customer Video Review Length:: 8:00 MinsThe Polaris SPD-100 Light Meter comes in this simple unassuming box. The packaging is very unassuming. Inside the box the Polaris SPD-100 comes with a carrying case, a lanyard, and a manual.The meter is a nice size coming in at 2.5 inches wide, 7/8 of an inch thick, and 4 and 11/16 inches tall. The battery door is located on the back. The meter uses a standard AA battery.When you turn on the meter the first thing the it does is a battery check. It shows this information for about a second. This is nice because if you are about to start a complex and lengthy shoot, you can just change out the battery rather than having to stop the process (model, assistant, etc.) and restart after changing a battery. Also, if the meter does run out of batteries, the meter will save your most recent settings as it does when you turn it off and back on. Another nice thing about this meter is that it automatically turns itself off after 5 minutes of... 5/5 Robert Denton "Robert Denton" (Oklahoma) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Polaris SPD100 Digital Exposure Meter (Electronics), May 8, 2011

    Terrific studio meter for the price

    I have one of these that I use regularly with my studio flash setup.Inexpensive high-power studio flashes generally don't work with your camera's TTL metering system, and when you bring in multiple lights, complex diffusers and so forth, calculating exposure gets to be a challenge. With the Polaris, I setup my lighting the way I want, fire the flashes (either one at a time or all at once), and the meter gives me correct exposure information that's always 100% spot on. It can also help me achieve certain specific lighting ratios, such as making sure the background is subdued or helping me know one part of my subject isn't in too-deep shadows - in effect, you just fire the flash a few times, metering all the key parts and noting how far apart the exposures are. For calculating studio flash exposure, the Polaris can't be beat, especially considering the price.Of course, these days you can achieve good results with digital cameras by simply taking lots of test... 5/5 Busy Executive (Long Island, NY) - See all my reviews, February 17, 2010

    Essential if you want to shoot better photos

    Customer Video Review Length:: 5:05 MinsFor more than 30 years, I have loved photography. I've bought just about every type of camera and gadget you can think of, but for some reason I didn't own a light meter until I saw this one in action. I guess I never thought I needed one. I was wrong. Having a light meter takes your photography to a new level.Since exposure is controlled by three distinct variables... ISO, aperture and shutter speed, many hobbyists usually take control of whichever they feel is most important for their specific shot. They may need a fast shutter for moving subjects, or a wide aperture for artistic shots, but they still leave the camera to decide the other variables.The trouble with this is that they base their estimates for the other two variables on a fundamentally flawed premise, which is assuming what they see in the lens has an accurate correlation to the actual light in a shot, however, this is not always the case.If you walked... 5/5 Joe Crescenzi "From CouponPages.Com" (Staten Island, NY USA) - See all my reviews, January 12, 2013
    List Price: $309.95
    Large analog" (Gas-Gauge Style) Scale for easy fractional measurements.
    Accurate to 1/10 f-stop.
    Oversized LCD display shows all data and functions clearly and easily, even at full arm's length.
    Unique multi-flash feature makes it simple to calculate how many times the flash must be fired to achieve a desired f/stop.
    Standard PC terminal for sync cord flash activation. Compact, ultra-thin design. Polaris is less than 1- inch thick and weighs just 4 oz.
    Four exposure modes to choose from.
    Requires only one "AA" battery. (Not included)


  • Dr.Meter

    Dr.Meter Light Meter LX1010B with lcd display 50,000 Lux Luxmeter

    Photography (Dr.Meter)

    Display: 3-1/2 digit 18mm LCD
    Sampling rate: 0.4second
    Ranges: 0 - 50,000 Lux
    Power: 9V battery
    Accuracy: ±5%


  • Mastech

    Mastech MS6612 Digital Lux / FC Meter with 40-segment Bar Graph, 0-200,000 Lux

    BISS (Mastech)

    Rating (22 reviews):
    (3.8/5)
    Mastech

    INVALUABLE IF YOU ARE GOING TO SHOOT VIDEO...

    0 5/5 Amazon Customer - See all my reviews This review is from: Mastech MS6612 Digital Lux / FC Meter with 40-segment Bar Graph, 0-200,000 Lux There are a million light meters, and almost as many styles. They have been around for at least 60 years, and they are still used today by professionals.I shoot video with DSLRs, and I spent a fair amount of time trying and buying different meters to use for video shoots. This Mastech is BY FAR the best designed and most affordable meter I've ever seen, especially for shooting video.I use my meter on every shoot, and considering I paid less than $50 new, it was (and is) a steal!Plus, it's built like a tank, and very accurate.NOTE: It has a very handy mount for a camera tripod on the back too, so I carry one of those little flip-out tripods to mount and mark locations with it.T 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 21, 2013

    MS66 12 Digital Meter

    0 5/5 J. Monterosso (Anchorage ,AK USA) - See all my reviews, January 6, 2013

    Found a Flaw in mine. Can't tell if it's in the design or in mine alone

    0 1/5 Robert O'Matic - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Mastech MS6612 Digital Lux / FC Meter with 40-segment Bar Graph, 0-200,000 Lux I purchased the meter due to its stellar reviews, and just received it. Out of the box it has the following flaw:When in auto mode and set to foot candles, if you dim the light to a low reading, then bring it back to a significantly higher light environment, the meter goes to OL 'overload' instead of auto-ranging. It does not do this when set to lux. To get out of the OL indication, all I have to do is switch to lux and then back to foot candles, but if I go dim and then bright with the exteriror light, it goes to OL again.Auto mode should not go into OL or at least not stick there. At this time I can't tell if this is a defect of my individual unit or of the design programming. Right now I'm inclined to believe it's a design problem so those of you who own a recent Mastech MS6612 may be able to duplicate the problem.I have to fail mine due to this flaw. It is not a matter of hate, but a matter of a correctly working product. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 4, 2013
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    Date hold & Max/Min value
    Measures up to 200,000 lux or 20,000 FC, unit selectable
    Built-in precision photo diode sensor and color correction filter
    Relative and peak value measurement
    Large LCD display with 40-segment analog bar graph


  • Mastech

    Light Meter LX1010B,50,000 Lux Luxmeter with lcd display

    Home Improvement (Mastech)

    Rating (129 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
    Mastech

    General purpose lux meter, does very well

    This is a great device for home use; it has decent accuracy and performs its function, and its cheapness comes from the thin, low quality plastic case that probably won't take kindly to drops. A similar device with a resolution to 1 lux will cost anywhere from 3-30x this device; costly ones are calibrated against a standard lab, and most costly have resolutions below 1 lux. Cheapo ones are not calibrated such as this 1010b.Some clarifications from criticism made on other reviews: lux meters are made to approximate the brightness of light as it appears to human vision. Its is not an exposure meter for photography, but with formulas, conversions can be made. Human color vision can go down to ~ 0.03 lux, and most lux meters are designed for industrial use to estimate how much lighting a human work environment should have; ~ 0.3 lux is the brightness of a full moon illuminating a dark night [ no light pollution from any man made sources] a light that few will ever read or... 5/5 James Q. Smith "JQS" (Western USA) - See all my reviews, February 2, 2012

    Easy to use; very sensitive.

    0 5/5 E. Mazzone (Groveport, OH United States) - See all my reviews, February 11, 2008

    Good, But Lacking On The Low End Of The Scale

    0 4/5 Stuart Steele (Austin, TX) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Light Meter LX1010B,50,000 Lux Luxmeter with lcd display (Tools & Home Improvement) I found this lux meter to be completely satisfactory in general. What I did not understand from the description is that the lux scale is an integer scale, and the lowest that the meter reads in 1 lux, which is still pretty bright. This is through no fault of the product, but I had hoped for a meter that read fractional lux. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 8, 2009
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    12 Months Warranty!
    LCD Display;Data Hold;Low battery alert
    Auto Zeroing;Over-range indication;
    High Accuracy and rapid response
    Ranges: 0 - 50,000 Lux


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