Adorama Darkroom Safelight, 5x7" Size , Light Amber (OC) Filtered, Wall or Ceiling Mountable or Free Standing

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About Adorama Darkroom Safelight

This all metal safelight accomodates 5x7" filters. The base can be mounted on the wall or ceiling, or it can stand free on the table. It's bracket allows the unit to be tilted up or down. Has a six foot socket cord, with an on/off switch, and includes a 15W bulb and OC filter. Full "UL" Approval.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(3)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Compact (3),Easily cleaned (3)
Best Uses:
Enlarging (3)

Adorama Darkroom Safelight Reviews

Reviewed by 3 customers

 
4.0

good for a small dark room

By

from Upland CA  -  Casual Photographer

it works in a small dark room like a bathroom

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

works good

By

from philadelphia pa  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I use it for B&W processing. this 15w light is extremely dim. I would recommend it for small darkrooms. I bought it because it was the least expensive for my 6ftx8ft darkroom. I will probably add another light to my room in the future but it is sufficient for now.

 
4.0

Excellent product

By

from Ancramdale, NY  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I have used this for a few months. This light is easy to put up anywhere in the darkroom, or just sitting on a shelf. Not that I need to, but I can move it from the room with my enlarger into the soup kitchen if need be. Inexpensive, lightweight, and versatile. The amber light has not fogged anything yet.

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Shopper  would this work for dev. dental films we have a red lens working on another machine?
MIKE L  I develop Silver Halide films and believe dental film should work about the same.
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