RH Designs Analyser Pro?

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Anybody have experience with the subject device or know of reviews of it or the other gadgets from RH Designs?

-- Keith Nichols (knichols@iopener.net), July 20, 2000


I use the Timer2 and ZoneMaster and wouldn't want to be without either. Once you get used to f/stop timing it's tough to imagine going back. The ZoneMaster does require setup time. The use of the Timer2 is quite intuitive. njb

-- Nacio Brown (njb@limn.net), July 20, 2000.

check their site, www.rhdesigns.co.uk

-- John Henry (johnh@piperschool.com), July 21, 2000.

I have tried the ZoneMaster, and found the calibration to be more time and trouble than I was willing to invest. (My primary subject is studio portraiture, so there isn't a lot of variability in my negatives.) RH Designs' products are well made, and their customer service is excellent.

-- Chris Ellinger (ellinger@umich.edu), July 21, 2000.

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