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Isolight Illuminance Meter

The Isolight is a four-channel illuminance light meter that securely holds standard test charts.  By constantly measuring reporting light levels, the Isolight ensures that your chart is properly lit for the most accurate measurements.

By |2020-10-05T13:51:09-07:00October 1st, 2020|Categories: Products Page|Comments Off on Isolight Illuminance Meter

IM150 Wireless Light & Color Meter

The IM150 is a wireless incident light and color meter that connects to your iPhone or Android device over Bluetooth. Measure ambient, continuous, and strobe lighting at multiple locations in a scene Set lighting ratios accurately and without moving between the scene and your lights Color match continuous lights/strobes to ambient or any color

By |2020-10-05T13:51:32-07:00October 1st, 2020|Categories: Products Page|Comments Off on IM150 Wireless Light & Color Meter

Introducing the IM150

We are proud to announce the IM150, the successor to our popular IM100 meter.  The IM150 includes many new features and improvements: More accurate color metering of white LED sources More accurate and consistent metering of fast and low-power strobes Longer battery life

By |2020-10-14T11:19:38-07:00May 19th, 2020|Categories: Banner, Events, Featured Posts, Homepage, Media Coverage|Tags: |Comments Off on Introducing the IM150

The Slanted Lens – Correct Exposure with and without a Light Meter

BY MORGAN Hi, this is Jay P! Today, we are going to be talking about 3 different ways you can set the right exposure for film. The biggest thing for beginning film photographers is to learn is how to meter your film properly. All of our film stock was processed and scanned by Richard Photo Lab. Thanks

By |2020-04-10T19:05:47-07:00October 25th, 2018|Categories: How-Tos, Photography, Press Articles, Videography|Comments Off on The Slanted Lens – Correct Exposure with and without a Light Meter
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