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    Nicholas,
    I'd be interested in the simpler version. I make my prints using daylight. Since there are a lot of variables involved in the actual printing process itself (paper, chemistry, coating, humidity, etc.) having some sort of ballpark estimate of how much UV is present in printing in daylight would be most helpful. I've always thought that a version of a regular incident light meter would be of great help. The degree of precision and accuracy would not be as important to me as getting a good feel of just how much UV I have available to work with.

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    What could be really interesting is a handheld meter that could be used to measure UV in daylight for the purposes of exposing wet plate. Obviously, with wet plate materials not meeting any kind of ANSI standard, you couldn't use it as you would a regular meter, but it would be helpful to have something that could be used as a guide to get you closer to the mark.

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