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Souwalker
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Hi

I saw one posted here many moons ago and I can find it. Does anyone know of a link where I can find a good free pocket exposure calculator?

Thanks
Pat

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Until you find it, try the Hand Sized Exposure Calculator:
Need an exposure crutch?

Post #2, May 11, 2009 13:53:42


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Have you thought about making your own book? // Need an exposure crutch?
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Heres one
http://myweb.northshor​e.edu ...rd01/pdf/exposureca​lc.pdfexternal link

and this one
http://squit.co.uk/pho​to/exposurecalc.htmlexternal link


and ....


http://www.thephotogra​phypages.co.uk ...andy-exposure-calculator/external link

http://photocamel.com ...-calculator-can-help.htmlexternal link

Hope that helps

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SkipD
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The exposure calculator I use isn't quite free, but it's called the Sekonic L-358 ;). It can actually determine how much light there is to work with. Something that is just a chart only lets you use guesswork.

Post #4, May 11, 2009 15:09:41


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..... but still learning all the time.

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Souwalker
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Many Thanks
Pat

Post #5, May 11, 2009 19:10:07 as a reply to SkipD's post 4 hours earlier.




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If you mean this calculator, PM me your email to receive a copy.

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Post #6, May 12, 2009 08:58:19 as a reply to Souwalker's post 13 hours earlier.


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do you have an iPhone or iPod Touch?

There is quite a few great Exp. calc apps and DOF apps available.

Post #7, May 12, 2009 11:29:58


www.vividemotionphotograph​y.comexternal link

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