I'm printing on a Durst M305, with the Ilford Multigrade Filters. When I look at a negative I guess the gradiation I will need, and I am generally right or very close. My exposure is correct most of the time, and very constant, as is my developing. I do produce good negatives, which print on grade 2. My development is near what Kodak says. So everything seems to be alright. BUT: I have inherited a Fujimoto G70 with a color head. As I plan to start shooting medium format, I wanted to start using it. I took a negative, and printed it on grade 2 on the old enlarger. Everything was as expected. I then wanted to do a similar print on the Fujimoto. I expected it to be a bit softer as I am switching from a condenser to a diffusing system. I have never made a print with a colorhead. I thought it might need more exposing... I looked up some values, which allowed me to calculate an ilford filter (of course I mean the color a filter has) into Y and M, without having to alter the exposure time a lot. Y-41 M-32. It is impossible to set it that exactly, but at least I was close. The outcome was very disappointing and unexpected. Dullness... pure dullness. I would expect the same negative in the Durst M301 printed on grade 1 or less, would look like this. How much is the difference between condenser and diffusion? Does this sound normal to you? Could the filters inside the head be broken? Should I switch the lamp? Are my values wrong? I googled it, and found very similar values. What could I check? I am really confused, and can't think of anything to do. The two tests, were printed on the same size, on two sheets out of the same box of paper. Also developed in the same developer, and so on... I would really like to do all my 35mm work on the Fujimoto, so that I would not have to switch enlarger all the time. Any ideas?