Inclinometers are used everywhere!
Sony Alpha 7: The World's Lightest Full-Frame Camera With Interchangeable Lens
Full Article by Mark Sparrow (Mr. Sparrow is a top notch technology writer with an emphasis on digital photography)
"...When it comes to handling I really loved the A7. It sits snugly in the hand and is light enough to use one-handed if you need to. The articulating LCD screen is great for taking candid shots from waist level and there’s also a handy on-screen spirit level and inclinometer to help you keep your pictures straight. I came to depend heavily on this handy little gizmo, especially for architectural and landscape shots. The more pictures I shot with the A7, the more I grew to like it, although I’d probably not recommend it for sports photography as the continuous shooting mode isn’t quite as fast as something like the Nikon D4..."
Just goes to show you that inclinometers are not only for construction equipment or heavy industrial applications for safety purposes, but across many industries and applications! Knowing one's angle or level condition is dependent on some type of level device such as an inclinometer.
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