[alt-photo] Re: "Silly" Question about a GrayLab Timer

Productions productions at johnesimmons.com
Mon Jan 10 11:05:05 GMT 2011

I have many 60 minute exposures - I move the second hand one second 
counter-clockwise and hit go.  I've never seen any problem from this, so 
I would guess the minute hand can be moved in that direction, too.
On 1/10/2011 4:38 AM, C.Breukel at lumc.nl wrote:
> Hi,
> I have this GrayLab 300 timer (the one which can count down 60 minutes)
> I have hooked it up to my UV bank or my rather lengthy pure platinum
> exposures (around 45 minutes, HP5+ 8x10 film processed in Pyrocat-HD).
> Works like a charm, now I have this question: is it ok to turn the
> minutes arm counterclockwise for a 50 minutes exposure, or should that
> arm only be moved in the clock wise direction?
> Best,
> Cor
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