LINTLESS DARKROOM GLOVES ( 4 PAIR )
White, lintless cotton gloves to use when youre handling negatives or slides. Never see a fingerprint again. Adult size.
Use KODAK Rapid Print Scanner to quickly scan and save your most cherished photos. It’s easy!
- Bring up to 200 photo prints to the store.
- Load and scan up to 20 photos at a time.
- The scanner’s de-skewing feature will automatically straighten crooked or upside prints.
- Your pictures are turned into digital images and stored onto a KODAK Picture CD.
- Keeps pictures safe for generations
State of the art, fully assembled, plumbed, and lab tested temperature regulated sink package. +/- 1/2 degree F 1-7 GPM, vacuum breaker, 4′ armored spray hose, ball valve shut-off. dual scale 3″ thermometer, stainless steel brackets, two valve tempered outlets, 100% chrome brass fittings, 1000 lb. test tubing. Features + 1/2 degree F 1-7 GPM Check stop valves Vacuum breaker 4′ armored spray hose with tempered water source and ball valve shut off Dual scale 3″ thermometer with recalibration screw Includes maintenance log & thermostatic mixer manual Stainless steel brackets Two valve tempered water outlets with 3/4″ GHT fittings, one behind sink for processor hookup. 100% solid copper, chromed brass fittings & armored 1000 lb. test tubing
The Seal 5298H Vacuum Dry Mount Press is another leap forward for the Seal/Bienfang company. As the leading company for photo finishing and mounting, Seal has produced a dry mount press that also pre-dries your board, thereby saving time. This press can handle big jobs and handles multiple pieces at the same time.
Bienfang Vacuum Presses are designed to automatically control the four main variables of mounting: moisture, pressure temperature and time. This assures consistent results. There are two simple ways to operate the Vacuum Press: by setting each control individually or by using convenient programmed settings. Some settings are preset at the factory but you can also set your own programs for procedures you conduct repeatedly.
Platen temperature is maintained at +/- 2° F of the set temperature. Manufacturer’s warranty covers on-site service only.
Dahle takes safety to a whole new level with it’s line of Premium Guillotines. Designed and engineered in Germany, these trimmers feature a revolutionary safety guard that rotates around the cutting blade to ensure complete protection. This guard protects your fingers from a ground blade made of German Solingen Steel. The blade sharpens itself with each and every cut so you’re guaranteed to maintain a perfectly honed edge. The automatic safety shield, along with the razor sharp blade it protects you from, makes the Dahle Premium Guillotine one of the safest, most capable trimmers ever developed. Dahle Premium Guillotines are commercial grade, high capacity paper cutters capable of trimming up to 35 sheets of paper at a time as well as mat board. The automatic paper clamp provides even pressure along the entire cutting surface and securely holds your work in place to prevent fanning.
Top of the line for medium format black-and-whiteThere's one word for black and white prints made on a condenser enlarger: “snappy”. And none are more crisp than those printed on a 670CXL. Except for the lamphouse, it is identical to the dichroic model (lamphouses are interchangeable and available separately). Though primarily intended for B&W, the CXL is “color-ready” by using the built-in filter drawer to hold color correction (CC) filters or interchanging the lamphouse with a dichroic unit. Priced for the hobbyist, this incredibly rugged enlarger is widely used in schools and for commercial applications. Features A triple condenser design guarantees uniform, corner-to-corner illumination. A lever-operated pressure plate indexes the carrier and keeps negatives flat. A red safety filter is included with the CXL. The filter insert is removable, allowing the holder to be used for under-the-lens filters and accessories. A filter drawer holds filters above the optical path. This eliminates the chance of degrading the image, a risk with under-the-lens filters.