Carson Lumi Loupe 10x Close-up Viewing Lumi Loupe for Photographic Contact Sheets & Negatives

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Loupe stand magnifiers make the ordinary extraordinary by revealing details not seen by the naked eye. Pre-focused dual lenses allow examination of objects close-up, while a transparent acrylic base permits ambient light to illuminate the subject for bright, clear viewing. An exceptional value. Available in 3 sizes - LL-10 10x Loupe , LL-7 7x Loupe and LL-5 5x Loupe. Pick size from pull-down menu.

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Reviewed by 4 customers

 
4.0

works like a charm

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from Brooklyn, NY  -  Pro Photographer

I use this loupe for fine focusing on large format view cameras. It works quite well and fits nicely under the focusing hood. Great product for the price

 
5.0

It is worth it, and very helpful

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from Brooklyn, Ny  -  Photography Student

The loop was recomended for me to use. The 10x Close-up Viewing Loupe was helpful. It helpful to see the defects on negatives ect...

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Gets the job done

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from San Francisco, CA  -  Photo Enthusiast

I bought this item to help me fine focus on the ground glass of my view camera and it does the job quite well. I also use it to read my 35mm negatives. It's small enough that I can carry it around in my pocket, yet so inexpensive that I won't freak out if I broke or lost it.

 
3.0

Inexspensive but gets the job done.

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from Billings, MT  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I have had this product for roughly two years, and it is still working just fine. It is a little easy to scratch the lense, because it is mostly contructed of plastic, but if you are careful with it you shouldn't have any problems.

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Bonnie R  Does this need to be used with a light box to preview 35mm slides? Thanks
DALE E. R  If you are you are viewing slides or negatives they need light from the back side just as if you were projecting the slides or enlarging the negatives. A light box is one way to do it. Dale
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