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  1. #11

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverpixels5
    Is there a US equivalent to the StopClock Pro sold in the UK? I really like the features of that timer but the US cost plus shipping comes to $325 after the currency conversion. That's a bit steep for me, but I imagine I'll end up saving for it if I can't find one sold here.
    At the risk of shamless self-promotion, yes:

    http://www.nolindan.com/da/fstop/
    Nicholas O. Lindan
    f-stop enlarging timer - http://www.nolindan.com/da/fstop/index.htm

  2. #12

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    Mar 2004
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverpixels5
    Is there a US equivalent to the StopClock Pro sold in the UK? I really like the features of that timer but the US cost plus shipping comes to $325 after the currency conversion. That's a bit steep for me, but I imagine I'll end up saving for it if I can't find one sold here.
    At the risk of shameless self promotion, yes:

    http://www.nolindan.com/da/fstop/

    $68 electronics kit
    $128 Assembled & tested electronics

    In both cases you have to supply the box: CAD plans, drilling
    template and front panel are included. An evening's work and
    it looks like the picture.

    Nick Lindan

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