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Tiny light meter : Reveni Labs Light meter

The reveni light meter was invented by the Canadian Matt Bechberger, engineer and passionate about photography.

He has developed a miniature light meter of just 8 g to compensate for breakdowns and malfunctions of old cells.

Here is the presentation video used during his campaign on Kickstarter. A successful campaign, since it generated CAD 124,342 compared to CAD 10,000 expected.

Big highlight of this accessory, compared to a handheld light meter, its size, it is a big piece of sugar of only 22x21x17mm and which does not weigh 10 g, 8 to be exact.

A light sensor, with a 45° opening at the front, an OLED screen at the back and selection buttons on the top constitutes the device sold 125 CAD for pre-order, that is to say a little more than 80 €. To operate the Reveni light meter needs a simple LR44 battery.

To operate the Reveni light meter needs a simple LR44 battery
To operate the Reveni light meter needs a simple LR44 battery

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Nicolas Beaumont is a photojournalist, director and writer specializing in social and humanitarian photography. Among our clients are the French Red Cross, Emmaüs, Handicap International, Secours Mag, Dimatex, Actusoins. We make films, photographs and articles around the world on current topics: migration, war, displaced, natural disaster, flood etc...

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