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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken N View Post
    We miss the wagging tail.

    You'll still find him on the shopping cart page
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    RH Designs - My Photography

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    Quote Originally Posted by RH Designs View Post
    You'll still find him on the shopping cart page
    Ah, so that's the trick. I actually have to buy something to see that guy again?

    Might happen. I have a process timer on the brain.
    http://www.zone-10.com

    When you turn your camera on, does it return the favor?

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    Be sure to order the SafeTorch for Black & White when you get whatever you are getting. For a klutz such as me who is always dropping things on the floor or can't remember what aperture the enlarger lens is set at, it is a real help.

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    Whatever you may choose...it is ok..but I suggest you download the manuals for the Stopclock and Analyzer and then decide and I think the man behind the RHDesigns woud be quite willing to answer any questions. I have used the Analyser Pro for some years now and I am very pleased with it but saying this....will certainly arouse those who have a better opinion...such is life
    Digital is best taken with a grain of silver.

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    I have been using a StopClock for a long time (mine can do "only" 1/4 stops as the minimum step, guess it's old..;-)..).

    Later I bought a ZoneMaster II, somehow I could not get along to well (would not want to part with my ancient StopClock!) with the Zone Master; calibrating it to all the different papers I use, choosing the right patches in the negatives, removing the MG filter from the drawer for measurement and forgetting to put it back before exposure..etc..

    Someday I have to get try to get friends again with the ZoneMaster..

    Best,

    Cor

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    Oh well better late then never must be the laid back Irish blood in me lol!

    Just ordered my stopclock pro so should have it next week.

    Will let you know what I think of it when I eventually get using it , that could be another few months, or maybe not.

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