Here at Second Hand Dark Room we offer durst, s/h enlargers, second hand dark rooms and much more. Yes, very much so. I do/did all my prints on this one. The colour mixing head ‘ scatters’ the light nicely which has the added side-effect of making. Selling a durst m colour enlarger and timer has been kept in very good condition and is in good working order Selling due to purchasing a smaller bw.
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I would keep them both two enlargers is no dust and use the colour head. A video and illustrated article covering 6 different enlargers for printing black and white negatives on Ilford Multigrade variable contrast papers. Jersey Channel Islands Posts: I’d stick with the colour enlarger, it’s a diffused light source which helps mitigate grain and is less sensitive to dust etc on negatives.
Please enter a valid postcode. These are both good reliable enlargers. If you buy the size to match your paper dimensions you will use the smallest amount of chemicals. Find all posts by Mike O’Pray.
These are speed matched, and come in grades The DeVere with the dedicated head for Multigrade is excellent for black and white printing but it is big and heavy so cannot easily be moved.
Here are some ideas for setting one up and the equipment that you need. Black durdt white enlargers like the M BW usually have condenser lenses that focus every bit of dust on all of the glass and film surfaces in the optical system. As for the knob-twiddling: I also have 2 DeVere enlargers, a Varicontrast one with a built-in Multigrade head and a Varicon black and white one with condenser lenses and a drawer for Multigrade filters. Back to home page Return to top. It’s in durdt shape, no teeth missing and the condenser is scratchless.
Jul 12, 4. If you use Ilford Resin Coated RC paper it will lie flat under your enlarger so you can manage without an easel if funds are tight. User Name Remember Me?
Process the paper once all the coins have been removed. Both of these can print negatives up to 5 x 4 inches. It also subdues grain nicely, whereas condensers enhance it.
Durst M670 Colour Photographic Enlarger With Power Supply
These are 10 x 8 inch wall-light safelights with Ilford filters orange in colour in my 12 surst 9 foot darkroom, one on each wall and mounted just below the ceiling. For additional information, see the Global Shipping Programme terms and conditions – opens in a new window or tab.
Foot-switches are helpful but definitely not essential. Durst CLS66 colour head. Learn More – opens in a new window or tab Any international postage is paid in part to Pitney Bowes Inc. Find all posts by namir.
When switching to a diffuse lighting I was surprised how clean my prints can look – had much less problems with dust. Find all posts by photomi7ch. There are 0 items available. The print from the BW was like printing on sand where as the print from the colour enlarger m6770 a lot smoother. Both types work fine. Oh well I’ll used both. The image duurst the easel is then as bright as possible during dodging and burning.
If you want I can post these settings for you, but I haven’t got them to hand just this moment.
Buchen OdenwaldGermany Posts: Back to home page. Write next to each coin the time that it dursf be on the paper. Upgrading my Durst Colour Head.
Condensers tend to have a natural hotspot which can be effective by giving you darker corners without any burning. Just one question, what’s the purpose of that grid on the enlarger’s head?
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Bidding has ended on this item. I have not used thebut have had a couple of s and s, you do need a 6X6, or with a 6X7 condenser, mask, and 80mm or durdt lens. No, create an account now. I used a condensing enlarger for years. Durst accessories are hard to find, even in Europe.
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Print processing is less critical as far as timing goes so a clock should be fine, just make sure you can see the second hand under your safelights! I will use the BW enlarger for gritty docu type photos but don’t often do those.
They are usually made of plastic and come in many different sizes. I suggest you use 2, 5, 10 and 20 minutes. I suggest you buy a one litre size rigid plastic graduated measuring cylinder for making up your print chemicals and curst smaller half litre one for making up film chemicals.