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Thread: RH Analyzer Pro 500 workflow

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    RH Analyzer Pro 500 workflow

    I have figured out the basic operation of the controller but I am wondering how to go beyond simple time/grade adjustments.

    For example an under lens filter workflow might look like the following
    3 secs green light #00filter
    + 12 secs blue light #5filter (or likely 4x3 second periods)
    + 3 secs blue light #5 to burn top
    + 6 secs #3filter to burn bottom corners.

    How does one accomplish similar workflow with this controller and the Ilford MG 500 head. The controller uses one light at a time so I get the grade 0 vs 5 idea.
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    Re: RH Analyzer Pro 500 workflow

    Update for those who stumble upon this in the future. You can change the grade and time after the initial exposure and it will burn for the difference. The analyzer allows time differences in partial stops.

    Let the analyzer pick the initial exposure/time as normal (grade 3, 15 seconds - it decides green/blue times)
    Press expose for the initial exposure
    Change time to 18.8(+1/4 stop), keep grade same
    press and hold Expose button until "diff" appears it will burn in the 3 extra seconds for one corner
    Press expose again - it will burn another 3 seconds for the other corner
    change grade to max grade value (all Blue)
    press expose again and burn in the top for 3 seconds

    There is a couple of seconds pause before burn exposure to allow you to position your tools.
    Last edited by esearing; 3-May-2018 at 04:25. Reason: left out a step
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