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Forum: General Photography 01-22-2019, 09:49 PM  
What interval does a light meter read?
Posted By Just1MoreDave
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Canon has an "anti-flicker" setting that is sort of what you're looking for. It looks like it detects a light source that changes at 100 or 120Hz, then picks a time to shoot where the light output is highest, which is also the best color temperature. A neat idea, but it may mean some shutter lag as it analyzes and waits for the right point of the cycle. The camera tells you when your light source is flickering, which is useful enough by itself.
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