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    Densitometer: AGFA D104

    Hi,

    I searched the entire internet and this forum, of course, as well. I've got the mentioned densitometer but no manual and would like to ask if someone kindly has a source or a copy of it?

    The use of the densitometer in common is straight forward but there are probably also some "hidden" features I'd like to know:
    - Can this device somehow be calibrated?
    - What is the meaning of blinking measures?
    - What do I need the send button for?
    - Can there any button combination be used for device configuration?

    Would be nice if this forum expertise might have any insides

    THANKS!

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    Did you read this thread? http://photo.net/large-format-photography-forum/00DwqO

    I suppose you have, saw that ic-racer posted an answer on LFPF to the same question yesterday.
    Last edited by Jerevan; 10-09-2011 at 02:43 PM. Click to view previous post history.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerevan View Post
    Did you read this thread?[/url]

    I suppose you have, saw that ic-racer posted an answer on LFPF to the same question yesterday.
    Yes, I've seen and read this, cause I was the poster . However the reply is regarding the D102 BUT the one I'm looking for is the D104.

    Thanks, anyway...

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    Yep, I understood that - same name and same sort of questions, so yeah...
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