exposure meter

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Synonyms for exposure meter

photographic equipment that measures the intensity of light

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Consequently the test images have a higher EV than a proper EV indicated by an exposure meter in a digital camera.
These include a false-color exposure meter, 2x digital zoom for fine focus, safe-zone markers, compression quality, and SMPTE timecode.
When I started on The Birmingham Evening Mail, my eyes lit up when the picture editor handed me two Pentax Spotmatic cameras - these were the deluxe ones with an exposure meter fitted to the top of them.
He developed a `zone system,' which divided the gradations of light into 10 zones, from black to white, allowing the photographer, with the help of an exposure meter, to correlate areas of different luminosity in the subject with the approximate value of gray in the final print.
and Colin also managed to save his precious camera and exposure meter.
What the correct exposure should be depends on how much light there is outside, and this is a judgement that your exposure meter should help you with.
Built-in clip view and management functions, a spot exposure meter, and JVC's patented Focus Assist round out the GY-HM700's many on-board features.
Anticipating record growth by the end of 2016, the Bedford-based company says it attributes this latest success to a series of exciting new product launches, including the introduction of the world's first personal hand-arm vibration exposure meter.
Verification Of Measuring Instruments: Exposure Meter ?