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    Re: Does Anyone have any experience with the RH Designs Analyser Pro? Any thoughts on

    I have from more than 4 years the Analyser Pro, great tool, need to calibrate, I use a cold light and the settings was not good. Now is more expensive but save a lot of monney!!!

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    Re: Does Anyone have any experience with the RH Designs Analyser Pro? Any thoughts on

    Quote Originally Posted by sperdynamite View Post
    I'm a big Ansco 130 fan, it's my downfall.
    I find with PF's version of 130 I need a longer exposure for just about every MG paper. But then there are times when I tend to print too dark so each image is subjective to my mood when printing. Also depends on the toning or after treatments I want to use.

    Ansco 130 and MGFB Classic I need 1/4-1/2 stop more than what analyzer says
    Ansco 130 and MGFB warmtone I need 3/4 to 1 stop more than what analyzer says
    Ansco 130 and Bergger warmtone usually 1.5 stops more.
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