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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Nils Jorgensen 12 years ago. Find all posts by Richard Gould. The colour enlarger can have its filters set to zero and MG filters can be used drust the lens. Save Cancel Drag to set position! If after experimenting with a simple set-up you furst to get serious about making your own prints, you can expand your darkroom equipment at a later date.

I have not used thebut dursr had a couple of s and s, you do need a 6X6, or with a 6X7 condenser, mask, and 80mm or 90 lens. Latest Tutorials Using DeVere and Durst M760 Enlargers A video and illustrated article covering 6 different enlargers for printing black and white negatives on Ilford Multigrade variable contrast papers. Overall, your prints will look nicer, in my opinion, than with a condenser. Just wash off your hands with running water to remove any darkroom chemicals.


Filters To change the contrast of the paper to match your negative and to give your prints the contrast that you want, you will need a set of filters.

I use four Ilford DL20 safelights with 15 watt bulbs. User Name 6m70 Me? Find all posts by Bill Sell. Do you already have an account? Durst M Colour Enlarger.

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The seller won’t accept returns for this item. Another benefit of diffusers is that the light is spread very evenly over the whole frame. Grain Magnifier This does exactly what it says on the box, it magnifies the grain of your negative as it is projected on the enlarger easel. Enlarging lenses are optimised for darkroom printing onto a flat surface, unlike camera lenses.

Jersey Channel Islands Posts: I’ve read that it require a condenser to print 6×6 negatives, the siriocon 80, masks and at least a 80mm lens. Which one do I used for mutigrade bw enlargement? Will usually dispatch within 2 working days of receiving cleared payment – opens in a new window or tab.

Durst CLS66 colour head. Windows will need to covered with material to block light entering the room.

Both of these can print negatives up to 5 x 4 inches. Learn More – opens in a new window or tab. To change the contrast of the paper to match your negative and to give your prints the contrast that you want, you will need a set of filters. I find that it makes the negatives much harder to focus. This is by far the simplest setup for split grade printing the main technique for printing with Multigrade papers in the absence of a dedicated variable contrast head like the Ilford Multigrade MG See more of Dave’s work and buy handmade black and white prints online at www.


You will need a lens for each negative size that you will be printing. Enlarger You will need an enlarger if you want to make prints larger than the size of your negatives! I must have done something wrong Durst M Colour. As for the knob-twiddling: Learn More – opens in a new window or tab Any international postage is paid in part to Pitney Bowes Inc.

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How do I know if the condenser is included? This is another useful side-effect for those of use who regularly push film, but are not necessarily looking for the grain effect as such. The time now is Buy one or two so that you have enough light to work by. This is no big deal, just use grade 3 where you used 2 etc.

You can probably find those in digitaltruth or in the ilford website. Clock or Process Timer A clock, timer or stopwatch is used to achieve accurate timing for film processing.