Umpires Bruce Oxenford and Simon Fry were placed in a spot, as Cricket Australia had inexplicably not given them light meters and they were forced to use their own judgment.
What does LM stand for?
LM stands for Light Meter (photography)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Even at noon, it remained murky - the floodlights were on, and the umpires kept the light meters handy.
Since then Sampson has been working on a new light meter application for the iPhone called Hi-Light.
Umpire Steve Bucknor held his light meter to the skies every six minutes.
Police have been equipped with light meters which can accurately measure the light levels coming through car glass.
Officers have been equipped with light meters which can accurately measure the light levels coming through the glass - regulations state a minimum 75% of light must be allowed to pass through the windscreen of a vehicle and 70% through both side windows in the front.
After contacting the council to complain two officials came to my house to take light meter readings.
THIS is the umpires' light meter that had the Aussies muttering darkly yesterday about daylight robbery.