Thanks guys,

It'll be interesting to start taking readings and getting a feel for the variations during a day and throughout the year. One thing I was wondering about was whether reciprocity effect will apply to this kind of metering. That is, what change in mW/cm² will equal a one-stop (or one step on a wedge) change in exposure on the print, and will that translate from say, my UV-lamp exposures to using the sunlight.

Do the light integrators on Nu-Arc units give a reading, and if so, what unit do they give?

Either way, I know that the only way to know for certain is to just start printing and testing and that's what I'll have to do!

Over time I hope to contribute some meaningful information about using this meter.