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This comprehensive starter package is comprised of the Beseler Cadet II Enlarger with a 50mm enlarging lens, and the Darkroom Printmaker kit
The Cadet II enlarger is a sturdy and accommodating enlarging station. Everything necessary for printing is included in the box; a 50mm enlarging lens, two negative carriers, and the enlarging lamp.
The Cadet II features a 2.25" optical glass condenser, a smooth counterbalanced elevation system, and a heavy 14.25 x 11.75" base that can handle prints up to 8 x 10". An integral filter drawer enables the use of 3x3" filters for color or variable-contrast B&W printing, and the 50mm enlarging lens threads directly to the enlarger without needing a separate lensboard.
Also included in this package is the Darkroom Printmaker kit - a 20 piece assortment of essential tools and accessories for developing and printing black and white film and prints.
The Cadet II Enlarger
Integral lens board
Integral filter drawer
Counter-balanced elevation system w/ magnification scale
Reversible column for increased enlargement capability via floor projection
Printmaker Darkroom Kit
Instruction book, film clips, red safelight, thermometer, 3 8x10 print trays, one 16 oz mixing graduate, stirrer, three 32 oz chemical bottles, quartz digital timer, 8" print squeegee, filter funnel, 8x10 printing easel, 3 printing tongs, developing tank w/reel.
In the Box
Beseler Cadet II Enlarger with Lens, Printmaker Darkroom Kit
Limited 1 Year Warranty
Table of Contents
Maximum Film Size
Incandescent bulb / optical glass condenser
Modular Head System
11.75 x 14.25"
Maximum Print Size On Baseboard
8 x 10"
Accepts 3 x 3" filters
PH 140 - 75W, 120V
12.70 lb/ 5.8 kg (shipping weight)
Beseler Cadet II Enlarger with Lens, Printmaker Darkroom Kit Review