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    Radio Shack has small digital count down timers that will fit in your pocket. They are also good for long exposures since the have an audio alert when the time is up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant View Post
    Have to agree I've been using Claudio's software for over 2 years now, it's great as I can save parameters for different processes etc.

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    Another vote here - I use it all the time for both dry and wet-side timing using my laptop with a red filter over the screen.

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    I use a Paterson Triple Timer - http://www.patersonphotographic.com/...ls2.htm#middle

    It can run 3 different timings simultaneously - so I set it for the End of Dev/End of the Stop/End of Fixing

    Small, easy to use, cheap & chearful - what more can you want

    Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Aislabie View Post
    I use a Paterson Triple Timer - http://www.patersonphotographic.com/...ls2.htm#middle

    It can run 3 different timings simultaneously - so I set it for the End of Dev/End of the Stop/End of Fixing

    Small, easy to use, cheap & chearful - what more can you want

    Martin
    I had this one for a few years until I dropped it and it broke. It was also handy for timing exposure when running several albumen prints at once.

    That said, I found the controls on this to be rather awkward, with the one sliding switch to go between the three timers and different views and then to reset one or all three. Some kind of all-pushbutton design would have been more practical, where each button has basically one function.
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