Roscoe filters?

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Equipment' started by Robert, Feb 9, 2003.

  1. Robert

    Robert Member

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    It was mentioned earlier that you can use these filters for contrast filters in a B&W enlarger. Okay which ones? I finally figured out the spot Calumet hides them-)) But I can't figure out which ones are usefull. I'm guessing that you can't use this stuff for more critcal uses. Like in front of a camera lens. But it's good enough between the enlarger bulb and the negative.
     
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    Robert,
    Please post the link at Calumet and Iwill look at them and see if I can determine which ones. For split filter printing the Wratten #'s are Blue 47b and Green 58
    I don't remember what that is for a Rosco filter.

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    never mind, I found it. I will call my connection and ask and then post the answer.

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    Thanks. They seem like a good deal.
     
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    I talked to my guy today but he was suffering from a biker hangover and he said the info was at home and he would try and email late tonight or in the morning. I will stay on him until he comes through.


    lee\c