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    Anyone have any old beaten up Step Wedges they dont mind passing on ?

    I sure could use one or two

    Hope I'm not rude in asking!

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    Nick - you don't have to have the most expensive step wedges; for instance the Stouffer 21 step is cheaper than the the Stouffer wedges with more steps. The Agfa variety is cheaper still.

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    Not to mention that since most are done on film, they can degrade over time. I have found mine for cheaper than $20, some even as low as $5 US.
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    I got mine directly from Stouffer http://www.stouffer.net/Productlist.htm
    It was the most recommended model: T2115 at only $6 each. I bought half a dozen as they are easy to misplace. The calibrated models are much more expensive and more accurate but not really worth the money for most alt applications.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick mulder View Post
    I sure could use one or two

    Hope I'm not rude in asking!

    Nick
    If you can't afford the step wedges then you can afford to test with them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davido View Post
    I got mine directly from Stouffer http://www.stouffer.net/Productlist.htm
    It was the most recommended model: T2115 at only $6 each. I bought half a dozen as they are easy to misplace. The calibrated models are much more expensive and more accurate but not really worth the money for most alt applications.

    david
    $6 ~!

    I must have my wires crossed as I thought they were much more than that ...
    I understand i dont need the full on calibrated ones and was hoping that maybe someone who did had some they thought were no longer accurate/suitable enough for thier particular application ...

    at that cost i'll order some direct - yip, I understand that considering the processes i am working in that step wedges are a minimal most compared to the rest of the gear - asking here was done for two reasons ... I'm a little skint at the moment after having bought an 8x10 camera and a truck load of chems and the other reason being I realized i have so much stuff here that I no longer use that i have been passing on to others for little or no cost that maybe i could try a little reverse methodology - still though $6 ...no problem

    thanks all!
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