SECURE THE SENSITOMETER.
a. Turn on lights in the darkroom.
b. Turn off the sensitometer by rotating the lamp control knob (1) counterclockwise until it
c. Record the time you turned off the sensitometer in the sensitometer log book and record the
total running time (your time of use plus the previous total time).
d. Close the film gate (11) completely.
e. Record on separate sheet of paper the number of the sensitometer which you used to expose
your sensistrip. Retain the number for entry on the sensitometer data sheet and plot sheet.
Obtain 15 sheets of the most commonly used film in your photo section from the photo lab
NCOIC, plus neutral density requirements, and technical data sheet
Proceed to your photographic darkroom to expose and process your sensistrip, utilizing the
procedures you will receive from the laboratory NCOIC.
Adjust the chemical temperature to the prescribed chemical temperature to insure the maximum
result of gamma from the processing.
Set the development time on the timer, arrange your film and film holder to be used, turn off
room light, load the film into film holder, and proceed with the film processing as you normally would.
After you have exposed and processed your sensistrip,
a. secure the sensitometer.
b. log the time the sensitometer is ON in the sensitometer log book.
c. clean up your work area.