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Possible Replacement for Discontinued CXD Lamp
Cross-Reference: GE 40886, GE-BAH, Photocopy, Ushio 1000024, 3M 78-8003-6513-8
Argus Incorporated EFA
Argus Incorporated EF SPEED-PRINTER
Artograph Economy Top Load Projector
Da-Lite Beleler 6x6 Opaque Projecor
Eastman Kodak Company 16-MM ENLARGER, 16MM ENLARGER, 4-X-5-B, 4-X-5-C, 4-X-5 ELIPTON-AUTO-FOCUS, 4X5-B, 4X5-C, 4X5B, 4X5C, 4X5 ELIPTON-AUTO-FOCUS, A MINIATURE, A, B MINIATURE, B, C, ENLARGER
Engineered Products Company H
Graflex Incorporated ENLARG-OR-PRINTER
Graphomat Corporation MULTI-LENS-ENLARGER
Ideal Photo Enlarger Company IDEAL-IDEALEX
Keystone Pictograph 441 Opaque Projector, Model No. 441, Keystone Lamp No. 1060, Projecting Opaque Pictures
Kopy Kake, KopyKake
Sandmar T-1218, T1218
Seerite Top Loading Opaque Projector TLP66
Seerite 6x6 400 watt 5781, 100-115 volts Testrite Opaque Projector
SPEEDBALL Screen Printing Materials
Generally, it is not advisable to use blue bulbs alone with daylight films. These bulbs are not designed to be the sole source of illumination, but are to be mixed with or supplement daylight. When used alone, results tend to have a slight brown cast and may not yield true colors, though at times they can be quite close.
You can use ordinary household globes for photography. But you should be aware of a few characteristics which you may want to consider.
These bulbs will be significantly "warmer" (orange/red) than tungsten light sources designed for photographic purposes. Remember the color temperature of quartz halogen fixtures is 3200K.
Standard household bulbs are not very diffuse. They tend to burn hotter in the center. You may find this undesirable, especially, if the light source is in frame.
Options exist which allow you to use ordinary household fixtures as well as clip lights and special fixtures you can make for your own purposes. Photographic suppliers and expendable supply stores carry several color correct light bulbs which will fit into standard light sockets.
Enlarger Bulbs are widely used in motion picture lighting. They are evenly diffuse across the surface of the bulb, have a proper color temperature of approximately 3200°K and come in different wattages.
= 75w Color 2900°K, 1120 Lumens, 15 Hours
Photofloods (standard pear shaped) are another option. The most common sizes are: 250w and 500w.
Reflecting Globes (RFLs) (mushroom shaped) are another option:
The 82A filter corrects for the BBA photo lamp light when using tungsten film. The 80B filter corrects for the BBA photo lamp light when using daylight film.
To set up your "Light Station" place the screen on top of a piece of black paper and center it 12 inches directly below a 150W clear incandescent bulb or a BBA No.1 Photoflood (preferred) Bulb. Either should be fitted with a foil-type pie tin as a reflector.
Cross reference information is designed to help you find the correct lamp for your application. We do not verify the accuracy of this information. You are responsible for ordering the correct lamp and we make every attempt to help you in that process. We recommend that you confirm the information with the equipment manufacturer before ordering.
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