When the Light Meter Works Again

We all know the light meter is a very important part of any camera, but it’s not always intuitive and sometimes, it can’t even be turned on.

We have a couple of tricks up our sleeves to make it a bit more convenient for you. 

When you’re trying to use the light sensor to capture an image, it’s easy to get confused.

The light meter can show a white or red LED that’s actually a red, green, or blue light sensor.

The white LED shows you how much light you have in your camera.

The green LED shows how much red light you are getting.

And the blue LED shows the intensity of the red light.

The blue light can also be used to show you how far you are from your subject, and how close you are to your subject. 

The light meter works just like any other light sensor on your camera, so you can see the amount of light in your scene by using the white or the red LED, or the green or the blue light.

You can use the blue or the white light sensor if you’re shooting at an angle or if you need to capture a moving object.

You may also need to turn off the red and green light, or turn the light off completely.

The only difference is that you can now turn off all the blue lights on your light meter if you don’t want them on at all. 

So you want to use your camera to capture your first image?

Here’s how to do that.

Step 1: Turn off the blue and green lights on the light meters