Photographers' Formulary 20x24" Contact Print Frame

Photographers' Formulary 20x24" Contact Print Frame

Photographers' Formulary 20x24" Contact Print Frame

B&H # PHCPF2024 MFR # 07-2020
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Photographers Formulary Contact Print Frames are made at the Formulary from high quality oak, with a felt-lined, hinged back board for print inspection.

Pressure clips hold your negative secure while printing.

All frames are made one inch bigger than the size quoted. (i.e. an 8x10" frame actually has a glass size of 9x11" so that you get a full 8x10" print).

Frames are stained black.

UPC: 675152720207
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Photographers' Formulary 07-2020 specs

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Package Weight 16.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 29.2 x 24.0 x 1.9"

Photographers' Formulary 07-2020 reviews

20x24" Contact Print Frame is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from outstanding craftsmanship This is a high quality specialty item. If you don't know what it's for, then you don't need it. If you do need one of these contact print frames, the impeccable attention to detail with be a pleasure.
Date published: 2015-03-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not without problems Well, mine arrived broken due to not being packaged properly and the shipping company dropping it multiple times. B&H quickly took care of that for me and I appreciate it. The entire frame is pretty heavy. It is made out of a hardwood. That being said, the v-nails that were used to join the frame are made out of some thin aluminum type materiel and are waaay too short for a hardwood frame that is almost one inch thick. The v-nails are about 1/4 of an inch long. So the frame bends at the joints. I took the v-nails out and replaced them with 1/2 hardwood v-nails. It is very sturdy now. The clips used to hold the back of the frame in place are fairly difficult to use. They are hard to open and they are hard to close AND they will bloody damage your hearing. When those things snap down on the wood, they are LOUD! I put some felt pads from the furniture section of the hardware store underneath them and that made the sound much more tolerable. I am thinking that I might use some silicone sealant to seal the glass into the frame. I like to see what I am doing when I am lining up a print. Having to line it up face down just doesn't work for me. It is hard to look at composition and such. So, it has some design flaws, but there are not many options for contact print frames of this size out there. You'll just have to deal with the issues or find a way to sort of fix them. Also, I wish that there were a pressure bar or something to press the middle down. I do a lot of lumen prints and sometimes those plants need to really be squished down.
Date published: 2015-12-11
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