Ilford Multigrade Printing Filter (Grade 5) (12 x 12")

BH #ILFMG51212 • MFR #1833104
Ilford
Ilford Multigrade Printing Filter (Grade 5) (12 x 12")
Key Features
  • Easy to Use
  • No Complicated Calculations Required
  • Compatible with All Multigrade Papers
Ilford 12 x12" Multigrade Printing Filters are used for printing the Ilford Multigrade range of papers on black-and-white enlargers.  Ilford produces complete sets of filters for all contrast grades in half grade steps.

The twelve multigrade filters are in sets and are numbered 00-5 in .5 steps. The lowest number corresponds to the softest contrast.

Multigrade filters are supplied in 3, 6 and 12" square sizes to fit most enlarger's filter drawers, or as a set of mounted hard plastic filters for below-lens use in a filter holder.

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Ilford Multigrade Printing Filter (Grade 5) (12 x 12")

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Ilford 1833104 Overview

Ilford 12 x12" Multigrade Printing Filters are used for printing the Ilford Multigrade range of papers on black-and-white enlargers.  Ilford produces complete sets of filters for all contrast grades in half grade steps.

The twelve multigrade filters are in sets and are numbered 00-5 in .5 steps. The lowest number corresponds to the softest contrast.

Multigrade filters are supplied in 3, 6 and 12" square sizes to fit most enlarger's filter drawers, or as a set of mounted hard plastic filters for below-lens use in a filter holder.

Multigrade filters do not require any recalculation of exposure times when changing between grades 0 and 3, grades 4 to 5 simply requiring twice the exposure.

Easy way to control print contrast using variable contrast paper
Exposure time for filters 00-3.5 is the same; that for filters 4-5 is double
UPC: 019498833106

Ilford 1833104 Specs

DimensionsActual: 12.8 x 12.8" / 30 x 30 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.34 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)15.4 x 12.9 x 0.35"
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