Exposure and Light Meters

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George Vittman reviews the Optivelox SS04U Sensor light meter for Android smartphones and tablets.

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We review the brand new Spyder 5 Capture Pro kit, the all-in-one solution for colour calibration, from camera to screen.

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The X-Rite ColorChecker Passport is an extremely portable colour checker for use when you're out and about. Review by John Riley.

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John Riley reviews the new SpyderCheckr Calibration Device by DataColor.

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John Riley reviews the new SpyderCube White Balance Cube by Datacolor.

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Getting an accurate light reading is critical in photography and a light meter will do just that. The Gossen Digipro F is a budget model that reads both incidental and reflected light and costs 149.99.

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Grey cards and colour meters have been the secret weapon of pro photographers for years, Peter Bargh checks out the Gray Card from FocusFX.nl

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Roses are red and violets are blue. At least they should be and that's where the CBL comes in. Gary Wolstenholme takes a balanced look.

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Although it sounds like a German musical, this little device is less about prima donna melodramatics and more about measuring light accurately as Duncan Evans discovers.

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Ian Andrews checks out a series of cards combining depth-of-field and sunrise/sunset charts.

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We review the Sekonic L-358 - a combined flash and ambient meter that takes many of the existing features that have made this Japanese meter brand so successful and encloses them in a new housing.

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