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    Will a Gralab 300 fog film???
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    Will a Gralab 300 fog the print?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Aislabie View Post
    I use a Paterson Triple Timer -http://www.patersonphotographic.com/patersondarkroom-details2.htm#middle

    Martin
    After my second Paterson died, as they do at a youthful age, I bought the ultimate: RH Designs Process Timer.

    It overcomes every problem mentioned on this thread, and is designed for one purpose only: developing film and paper. I guess that you could time your roast with it, but it doesn't play music.

    http://www.rhdesigns.co.uk/darkroom/...essmaster.html

    A cheaper option is the talking timer, which you will find anywhere that aids for vision impaired folk are sold, but they are bit fiddly to use in the dark, especially if you want to time stop and fix as well as development.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ross Chambers View Post
    After my second Paterson died, as they do at a youthful age, I bought the ultimate: RH Designs Process Timer.
    This looks like a very useful device for this particular problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ross Chambers View Post
    After my second Paterson died, as they do at a youthful age, I bought the ultimate: RH Designs Process Timer.
    All joking aside, I did the same as Ross and bought an RH Designs process timer.......it has got to be one of the best pieces of darkroom equipment I have.

    Mike

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