Quote Originally Posted by Mick Fagan View Post

You then take that negative and print a dead neutral grey tone, on colour paper, this is reasonably hard, actually.
With the 3000 this isn't that hard. Hardest part is the intial guess on the filter pack. You make your grey test print. Cut a dry strip off. Insert it into the probe and measure. The unit takes a reading. You hit the buttons and it adjusts. You go back and make a new grey print.

If the starting filter pack isn't too far off then it's not that hard. If it's way off you'll end up with an extra step or two.

The first time I tried it my probe was busted :o and I could never get things to work out. But with a working probe making a perfect grey print is fairly simple if boring.