Shannon Stoney a écrit :
I second Nicholas on the point the EM-10 is probably the most basic unit available ... Its advantage being that it is widely used, so you'll easily find someone explaining you how he uses it.How much is it? --shannon
You can find very easily lots of sophisticated enlarging meters usually coupled with their timer second hand (someone mentioned the Focometer which is a nice unit). I bought a sophisticated color analyzer (color analyzer - exposure meter - timer, with different channels per paper) that was over a 1500$ new for less than a 100$ on eBay (I bought it only to calibrate my own system which turns out to be more linear than the reference ...).
But again, all these system will be efficient only if you understand how they work and how to make them work, if not, they're just a waste of time.
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