• Data Logger Quick View
    • Data Logger Quick View
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    • Data Logger
    • $149.00
    • The Light Counter system from Ian Leake Studio is a specialist light measurement and control system designed for photographers and printers who use ultraviolet-based processes such as platinum/palladium, cyanotype and gum. The data logger records exposure information to an SD card for further analysis with a spreadsheet. It is also used to install firmware upgrades to the light integrator. What's…
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    • Professional Power Controller
    • $199.00
    • The Light Counter system from Ian Leake Studio is a specialist light measurement and control system designed for photographers and printers who use ultraviolet-based processes such as platinum/palladium, cyanotype and gum. The professional power controller is connected between the mains supply and the light source. It switches on the supply to the light source when the exposure is started, and…
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  • Remote Control Quick View
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    • Remote Control
    • $79.00
    • The Light Counter system from Ian Leake Studio is a specialist light measurement and control system designed for photographers and printers who use ultraviolet-based processes such as platinum/palladium, cyanotype and gum. The remote control has a button and exposure display. It is used to start and stop exposures at a distance from your light integrator. What's in the box: Remote…
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  • Standard Power Controller Quick View
    • Standard Power Controller Quick View
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    • Standard Power Controller
    • $149.00
    • The Light Counter system from Ian Leake Studio is a specialist light measurement and control system designed for photographers and printers who use ultraviolet-based processes such as platinum/palladium, cyanotype and gum. The standard power controller is connected between the mains supply and the light source. It switches on the supply to the light source when the exposure is started, and…
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