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Thread: Darkroom Timer.

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    I use various timers:

    Stopwatch
    Palm with Fototimer software http://www.jan-exner.de/software/fototimer.html
    GraLab
    DARKROOM AUTOMATION
    f-Stop Timers - Enlarging Meters
    http://www.darkroomautomation.com/da-main.htm

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    I just bought the Massive Dev Timer App for the iPhone that Digital Truth has for sale. It cost $7.99 US but I like that it gives me the times for just about every film and developer out there. I use it with caffenol-c and use the times for D-76 with good results, don't know how it would work with the jobo tho.

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    Any good LCD kitchen timer will suffice for daylight processing. For tray printing I use a Gralab countdown timer.

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    I use a digital kitchen timer that I bought a few years ago now for all my darkroom timing, both film and paper,it has two timers I use the upper one for film/paper developer and the lower one for fixing.Richard

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    Thank you all for taking time to reply. Very much appreciated.
    Albi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albi View Post
    Please can anyone point me in direction where I can buy a timer to be used in conjunction with my JOBO CPE2.
    Many thanks
    Albi.
    Durst ColTim is just a must! That's a simple 30 minutes timer with 30sec. interval. You set your dev, stop, fix, rinse times with these little plastic 'comma' attached to the clock at specified times and push the red button for start of each time. It's construction is so simple, doesn't need any battery.

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/DURST-COLTIM-D...#ht_500wt_1156
    cheers
    Dominik
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    Quote Originally Posted by ic-racer View Post
    I use the usual Graylab timer. Super easy to set, just spin the hands to where you want them. One thing I'd like different is to have a "Ding" rather than a continuous buzzer at the end of the time.
    That would be nice.
    Mark Barendt, Ignacio, CO

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