125 ratings (3.536 average)
What's new in this version (1.5):
The ability to select light value using categorized light scenarios.
Improved message when ambient light sensor is not ready
Incorrect relationship between ISO and Light value in manual mode
Photography Assistant provides exposure setting calculation and depth of field/hyperfocal distance calculation.
It was designed mostly to use with film cameras, although the dof/hyperfocal function can be useful for digital cameras too.
It also tries to take advantage of the ambient light sensor on the phone.
The exposure setting calculation supports three modes: aperture priority, shutter priority and manual mode.
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It may potentially be a useful tool, but with instructions I found myself unable to do anything useful with it. 3 stars for potential...
Very limited! Not really able to do very much. Needs more options, light meter? More choices of fstop / shutter speed.
Terrific! Works well with my Droid 2 + Canon T1i. Menu drop downs don't populate the current settings, but other than that- solid. Thanks
Needs to update.
Doesnt work on g1 1.5, light sensor not found, does g1 not have one? The height also does not fit the screen, needs a scroller or resizing
Good idea! It works not so well on my milestone. Longing for tour new version. Everybody should try calibrating the light sensor. It works.
Works really well but sometimes needs to be closed and restarted. I'll have to develop the pictures and come back with an update.
Light meter doesn't work properly on my HTC Desire running 2.1 Mike
Looks like a great app... pity its not clear at all how to use it!!
Wish the text in the pulldown boxes had more contrast to button..hard to see. Otherwise pretty well thought out.