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Reverse engineering a Beseler PM2L Color Analyzer

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

Kerry Wong wrote an article on reverse engineering a Beseler PM2L Color Analyzer: I recently acquired an old Beseler PM2L color analyzer. This kind of color analyzer was designed to analyze the color or exposure of film negatives at a certain location by comparing the intensity of the filtered light of each...

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