Legacy Pro Red Darkroom Safelight with Dimmer (5.5 x 6.5")

BH #LE62012 • MFR #62012
Legacy Pro
Legacy Pro Red Darkroom Safelight with Dimmer (5.5 x 6.5")
Key Features
  • Suitable for Black and White Paper
  • Even Illumination with Red Filter
  • Table or Wall Mountable
  • Tiltable Head with Dimmer
The 5.5 x 6.5" Red Darkroom Safelight with Dimmer from LegacyPro is constructed with a metal frame housing and ABS side panels. The safelight is table or wall mountable and the head can be tilted to the direction that you want. The housing has a red filter that covers the entire front to provide even illumination, and is suitable for black and white paper. The intensity of the light is controlled via the built-in dimmer on the side of the housing. In addition, LegacyPro recommends placing the safelight at least four feet away from paper or any light sensitive material, so the material does not fog from overexposure.
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Legacy Pro 62012 Overview

The 5.5 x 6.5" Red Darkroom Safelight with Dimmer from LegacyPro is constructed with a metal frame housing and ABS side panels. The safelight is table or wall mountable and the head can be tilted to the direction that you want. The housing has a red filter that covers the entire front to provide even illumination, and is suitable for black and white paper. The intensity of the light is controlled via the built-in dimmer on the side of the housing. In addition, LegacyPro recommends placing the safelight at least four feet away from paper or any light sensitive material, so the material does not fog from overexposure.

UPC: 614572620124

Legacy Pro 62012 Specs

Filter ColorRed
Voltage110 VAC
Frequency50/60 HZ
Power Consumption15 W
Illumination< 150 cd/m2
Dimensions5.5 x 6.5" (14 x 16.5 cm)
WeightNot specified by manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.285 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10.05 x 7.95 x 5.25"
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Is this safe to use with 35mm film? That is, while loading the film into the developing tank - opting for a safety light over changing bag.
Asked by: David K.
Use the changing bag. Why risk light contamination, when so much effort went into getting those negatives.
Answered by: Michael O.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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