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exposure meter

Photog an instrument for measuring the intensity of light, usually by means of a photocell, so that the suitable camera settings of shutter speed and f-number (or lens aperture) can be determined
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exposure meter

[ik′spō·zhər ‚mēd·ər]
(optics)
An instrument used to measure the intensity of light reflected from an object, for the purpose of determining proper camera exposure.
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The exposure meter detects 10 different bands, ranging from 88 MHz to 2.17 GHz, and electrical field strength, ranging from 0.05 V/m to 5.0 V/m (Table 1).
Cromer, Final Report on Calibration and Characterization of I-Line Exposure Meters, SEMATECH Report 91090678A-ENG, SEMATECH, Austin, TX 78741, October 17, 1991.