Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
Or plug your enlarger into that outlet and when you turn the enlarger on, the power supply will turn it off!

Steve



Quote Originally Posted by srs5694 View Post
Both of those, but mostly the latter. They can also help determine the required contrast for a negative -- you meter separately off of the highlights and shadows, and use a little dial/calculator thing to determine the contrast grade.

At least, that's the theory. I've used a couple of enlarger meters, and I've found that they steer me wrong more often than they steer me right. Maybe mine are dodgy or maybe I'm using them wrong, though. Either way, I've stopped using them.

thankfully i haven't been there yet