Quote Originally Posted by Andrew4x5 View Post
I'm surprised that you find the green light dim because, to the eye, it's far, far brighter than the blue light. The relative green/blue brightness is very obvious with the the Analyser Pro 500 because, during exposure, the lamps are turned on sequentially - so, while the image might be quite bright during the green exposure, it's almost invisible during the blue exposure.
It was a lot easier tonight. My print was at a Grade 5, so the focusing light definitely looked a lot brighter compared to that! Still seems a bit dim when focusing, but nothing I can't get used to. Wether this will replace the LPL still to be determined. I do miss using my f-stop timer.