Find great deals for ILFORD EM10 Darkroom Printing Exposure Monitor Boxed. Shop with confidence on eBay!. Feb 13, I have pm’d you Tony. Very kind offer much appreciated. By the by, do you recommend any other metering assistance for determining exposure. Jun 19, Ilford EM10 Exposure Meter. Anyone have any experience using this meter. On a whim I bought one off of ebay for $20 delivered. It arrived.
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ILFORD EM10 EXPOSURE METER***
Vaughn Oct 27, Switch on the monitor and adjust the enlarger lens aperture until the green LED is lit. Method Two, If you have a slide or negative of known exposure for a particular enlargement: At that point any additional exposure is “overexposure” since you can’t produce a darker black.
Create new account Request new password. It cannot, fm10, be used as a colour analyser. You simply place the EM on your easel, and position its sensor in the correct area of the projected image.
Hi, just bought, but I’m not able to use it. The probe is most likely a mV generating thermocouple or perhaps works via a variable resistance probe sensitive to temperature. Switch on the monitor and adjust the calibration knob until fm10 green LED is lit. Be the first to review this item.
Recalibrate the exposure monitor using a smaller lens aperture and correspondingly longer exposure time. Select a slide or a negative, typical of those you wish to print.
You can use either a shadow area or a highlight for determining exposure; you may want to have reference knob settings for each as some images have interest in the highlights and some have their interest in the shadows. Speaking of slides, the EM works just as well when printing slides as when printing negatives. Is there someone that could kindly explain me how? And remember that if for example, the 4th step of a test strip is the one you choose and each step was 2 seconds, then to reproduce that in the final print, you need to give final print four 2 second expsoures and NOT one 8 second exposure.
Take all readings in total darkness except for the light from the enlarger. In total darkness, except for the light fro the enlarger, place the monitor on the enlarger baseboard. Due to variations caused by using slightly different crop for each negative and variations in lighting on each subject, the time for each print will be slightly different.
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For example, you might want to create one for a flesh tone, or 18 percent gray, or a white highlight, or maybe D-MAX maximum illford. The slot is the electrical comnnector for the punch card reader, see right. Find all posts by Tony Marlow.
That number is the “program. Pusang Bubong Roof Cat. You will still need to fine tune for anything other than a basic print, but it’s quite a useful tool once you play with it. The monitor is easy to use.
Gossen Starlite Spot Meter. If you use a continuous-light enlarger, then you need one, too. Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from great product I need this product and it’s great.
If there is any downside to the EM10, it ilforx that I no longer write down my exposure settings.
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Somewhere on the Web there is an article on how to use the meter to determine paper grade using highlight and shadow readings and a chart, but I don’t have a link to it to hand and have never tried it myself.
In total darkness, except for the light from the enlarger, place the monitor on the enlarger baseboard. Find all posts by kennethcooke. Rotate the dial until the green light is lit. For negative printing, choose the brightest area of the image on the base-board still showing detail. Designs range, I have used the analyser pro for a few years and would not like to be without it, it’s bascily simple to use and very acurate, Richard. Whitetail in the Snow. The enlarger lens may be set between f-stops for this purpose.
Place the meter in the brightest shadow area with detail.