Android Light Meter

Android Light Meter


Use your Android camera as a light meter FOR FREE!

For old film cameras with no light metering, such as Holga, Diana, LOMO, Hasselblad, Rollei, Yashica and more, do a light metering with Android Light Meter and take nicely exposed pictures!

To use:
1. Press the "Use camera" button and take a picture
2. Current shutter speed, aperture size and ISO of the taken picture is shown on the dials
3. Spin the dials to your desired settings
4. Set your film camera with the measured settings and take the picture!

You can also use photos in gallery as your source of light metering

Note: Android Light Meter will only work on devices which puts the shutter speed, aperture size and ISO information into exif tags. Please kindly report devices that work or not in the comments or by email.

Known devices that will work with built in Camera:
Samsung Galaxy Nexus
Samsung Galaxy Note
Samsung Galaxy Tab
Samsung Galaxy SIII
Sony Xperia S
LG P990

Known devices that will NOT work with built in Camera:
HTC Sensation
Sony Tablet S

Recent changes:
- Added 1/13 shutter speed
- Fixed "use Gallery"
- Nexus 4 EXIF aperture overwrite now available

To allow support on your phone with EXIF overwrite, let me know what phone you are using (As in the text at "Device name") through Google Play and I will update them for you!
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About Android Light Meter
Use your Android camera as a light meter FOR FREE!

For old film cameras with no light metering, such as Holga, Diana, LOMO, Hasselblad, Rollei, Yashica and more, do a light metering with Android Light Meter and take nicely exposed pictures!

To use:
1. Press the "Use camera" button and take a picture
2. Current shutter speed, aperture size and ISO of the taken picture is shown on the dials
3. Spin the dials to your desired settings
4. Set your film camera with the measured settings and take the picture!

You can also use photos in gallery as your source of light metering

Note: Android Light Meter will only work on devices which puts the shutter speed, aperture size and ISO information into exif tags. Please kindly report devices that work or not in the comments or by email.

Known devices that will work with built in Camera:
Samsung Galaxy Nexus
Samsung Galaxy Note
Samsung Galaxy Tab
Samsung Galaxy SIII
Sony Xperia S
LG P990

Known devices that will NOT work with built in Camera:
HTC Sensation
Sony Tablet S

Recent changes:
- Added 1/13 shutter speed
- Fixed "use Gallery"
- Nexus 4 EXIF aperture overwrite now available

To allow support on your phone with EXIF overwrite, let me know what phone you are using (As in the text at "Device name") through Google Play and I will update them for you!
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A Google User
Aug 14, 2014
Keeps shutting Apparently this does not like my phone. A sony z1 compact. Keeps shutting down every time I try to use it...so uninstalled
A Google User
Aug 10, 2014
thanks thanks
A Google User
Jun 30, 2014
Just crashes over and over.
A Google User
Jun 14, 2014
Very Accurate and easy to use I am using Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro (Gt I8552) and the exposure is spot on. I tried all kinds of lighting scenarios but every time it nailed the exposure. Works like a charm in very tricky lighting also. The interface is easy to use and clutter free. I have been looking for something like this for a long time. Thanks a lot. Now I can use my TLR with ease..
A Google User
Apr 24, 2014
Limited functionality It can be useful for a specific users only. The functionality is very simple