[pure-silver] Re: Amusing Kodak commercial

  • From: afterswift@xxxxxxx
  • To: pure-silver@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 26 Dec 2006 04:01:06 -0500

 A lot depends on the f-stop you use on your enlarger lens and the type of 
illumination in the enlarger head. From what I've read, the latest commerical 
printers can respond very quickly to variations in the negative. 
 I use an Omega A2, which is a 35mm condenser enlarger. So it's very sharp with 
a good lens and easy to focus, but the negative must be clean and the darkroom 
free of most dust. This list is dedicated to custom printing and classic film 
 And that means permanence and quality. Those features are never obsolete, so 
we're not alone now or in the future. 
 -----Original Message-----
 From: rstein@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
 To: pure-silver@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
 Sent: Tue, 26 Dec 2006 12:37 AM
 Subject: [pure-silver] Re: Amusing Kodak commercial
 And wouldn't it be a nice feature if the Fujimoto had a finer focussing 
mechanism for each negative? Suggestions   Uncle Dick   
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