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    Ralph,

    I've missed your posts these last months. Welcome back!! Hope all is going well with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphLambrecht View Post
    As announced elsewhere, a new, and much extended, 2nd edition of Way Beyond Monochrome will be available in March, 2010.
    yondmonochrome.com/WBM2/Where_to_Buy.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Kershaw View Post
    Vaughn,

    The standard support is fixed out fibre base paper? Does the paper type matter?

    Tom.
    not at all
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicholas Lindan View Post
    abebooks.com often has a used copy listed, but doesn't seem to at present. Try placing a used order at Amazon or a 'want' listing on abebooks - abebooks will then email if a used copy gets listed.
    try any of these:yondmonochrome.com/WBM2/Where_to_Buy.html:
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    Good to see you posting Ralph, missed your insight.

    Mike

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    After reading through this thread, I am thinking of getting myself a f-stop timer for xmas. Actually, I'm leaning toward the RH Designs Analyzer Pro. Is it correct to assume the Analyzer Pro has everything the Stock Clock Pro has in addition to an enlarging meter?

    I've heard that measuring light on the baseboard can be problematic the more off axis you go with the meter. In other words, measurements get less accurate the closer you get to the edge of the frame. Does the Analyzer Pro suffer from this problem?

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    Oops. The Analyzer Pro does not include all the timer features of the Stop Clock Pro. They have a nice handy little comparison chart.

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    Dave - the Analyser's sensor sees what the paper sees, so "cosine correction" as it's called is not necessary. Some meters have their sensor at the bottom of a tube which can affect measurements if the angle is sufficient to cause a shadow, ours doesn't.

    The Analyser's timer is simpler than the StopClock but it still uses the f-stop principle and has an easy-to-use burn-in feature in place of the stored exposure sequences.
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    Rh Designs is one of the few sites that always repays examination when considering its excellent products. It is very comprehensive and even includes an instruction manual to download and videos to watch.

    The excellent service on top is the "icing on the cake"

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    Thanks, Richard. I've been watching the videos and reading through the user manuals. I'm leaning toward the Stop Clock/Zonemaster combo. I'm trying to imagine how my workflow will change based on the timer's capabilities. Making prints with fewer test strips sounds attractive. Also, I like the idea of being able to set up more complicated sequential exposures for dodging and burning. I've never done split grade printing, but it would be nice to have the dual channels for that if I ever try it.

    To be honest, I would rather have a single unit with all the features of the Stop Clock and Zonemaster combined even if it cost as much as the two products combined.

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