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Light Meter LM1 - Pocket-sized Photography & Cine Meter

A project in Ventura, CA by Saxon McClamma
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A pocket-sized ambient light, flash, and color temperature meter that goes wherever you go.
Backers: 399
Average Daily Pledges: $11,091
Average Pledge Per Backer: $500

Funding: $199,639 of $50,000
Dates: Jul 19th -> Aug 18th (30 days)
Project By: Saxon McClamma
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Latest News

At The Halfway Point: Stretch Goal Updates + What's Next

August 4th - via: kickstarter.com
The LM1 + Cine Mode Cine Mode Update Last week we introduced our 4th stretch goal, Cine Mode, and we are nearly there! At just shy of the $200,000 goal, we are so excited to get to work on adding functionality to the LM1. As a reminder, Cine mode... (Read More)

NEW Stretch Goal: Cine Mode + LM1 Spec Sheet + Live Q&A Wed

July 28th - via: kickstarter.com
As we start our 2nd week of the campaign, we want to say how humbled we are at the response to the LM1 and our first 3 stretch goals — reaching those targets within the first week exceeded our expectations! A big thank-you to all our backers <3... (Read More)

Weekend Recap + Stay Tuned for Next Week's Announcements!

July 25th - via: kickstarter.com
Week 1 Recap It's officially been 1 week since we launched our Kickstarter for the LM1 - we've not only reached our goal, but surpassed it by 300% while adding features like flash metering, a shutter speed tester, and filter factor compensation. On... (Read More)

Negative Supply's LM1 is a tiny all-metal colour and light meter for ambient and flash

July 22nd - via: diyphotography.net
They say it’s designed for accuracy and ease of use, offering 1/3rd of a stop adjustments for ISO, aperture and shutter speed. It features an integrated rechargeable battery that they say offers weeks of standby time and can hit a full charge in less than two hours via Type-C USB. An automatic sleep mode helps to extend that battery so it’s not draining away when you forget to turn it off. (Read More)

Flat Rate Shipping Reminder + Last Chance for Early Bird Discounts

July 21st - via: kickstarter.com
 We're so grateful to everyone who has backed this project so far — in just 3 days, you've helped us charge through our initial goal and stretch goals at full speed, and the result is a light meter that just keeps getting better. Flat-rate... (Read More)

We *crushed* our Next Stretch Goal + Flash Metering

July 21st - via: kickstarter.com
We *Crushed* our Next Stretch Goal We’re now adding Filter Factor Compensation to our Light Meter LM1. If you shoot black and white film at the very least then you’re probably aware of filter factor. When you use filters to add contrast there is... (Read More)

The LM1, Now With Flash Metering

July 21st - via: kickstarter.com
The LM1, Now with Flash Metering Wow, I can’t believe we are just 2.5 days into the Kickstarter and we are already funded to over 200%. It’s been a crazy few days, but we are so humbled by the support. So we wanted to give back. If you’ve... (Read More)

Introducing Stretch Goals! + We've already met one! Read more to find out what...

July 20th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello again, friends!  It's been another very busy day for us as we've been heads down answering questions, and we even had time to jump on a Youtube?Instagram live to answer questions! If you missed the live it's linked below so you can get caught... (Read More)

Negative Supply built a tiny, slick light meter for film photographers

July 20th - via: popphoto.com
The device measures just 1.75 inches wide by 3.5 inches tall by 0.5 inches thick. Despite its size, tThe LM1 features an all-metal body made from aluminum or brass. It displays settings and exposure information on a 144-x-168 pixel LCD display. (Read More)

We've Reached Our Initial Goal in Under 24 Hours! Stretch Goals Coming Soon...

July 19th - via: kickstarter.com
With just over 107% funding the LM1 is officially coming to life!  Today has been absolutely incredible! Our team has been busy answering questions, talking with backers, and seeing to the continued day-to-day operations at Negative Supply. If... (Read More)

Thanks for Your Early Support!

July 19th - via: kickstarter.com
This post is for backers only. Please visit Kickstarter.com and log in to read. (Read More)

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