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Mike O'Pray 17th February 2019 11:44 AM

Just a thought on my part which may or may not be relevant. Given that the bulb strength in a 1200 may be much higher than that in a MF or 35mm enlarger is there a problem with exposures being too short when printing 35mm

The only solution available, if required on my Durst(M605) that is built-in to it, is to dial in neutral density with the colour filters. The 1200 may have other ways to avoid very short exposures on small negatives. Changing the bulb each time is an alternative but quite a "faff"


Mike


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