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    Rotating darkroom door

    Keeps the dark from leaking out of your darkroom. Has glow in the dark stickers of stars inside, I put them there, I think. Something about brownies if IRRC. Salt Lake City. Free. No I won't ship it, sorry.

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    I highly recommend this. I use one myself. It's a great space saver.

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    I'd had one given to me, but it actually took up too much of the wrong space in my darkroom. I ended up posting it for free on Craigslist, saying it would make a great kid's closet door. It was snatched up immediately for that purpose. Sad.

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    I keep just missing free ones in Chicago...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBrunner View Post
    Keeps the dark from leaking out of your darkroom. Has glow in the dark stickers of stars inside, I put them there, I think. Something about brownies if IRRC. Salt Lake City. Free. No I won't ship it, sorry.
    the darkroom at the standard-examiner in ogden has one of these that they'd probably give someone for free as well. Sadly, my basement darkroom doesn't have room for one.

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    A paper has a darkroom in 2012?
    The camera is the most incidental element of photography.

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    Rotating darkroom door

    I once saw a local ad for 4 of these all free and looking quite new. I wish I had the room for one. The only problem with them is if you don't have room plumbing and have to move out trays routinely to wash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by okto View Post
    A paper has a darkroom in 2012?
    they built it when we moved to the new building in 2000, even had a Wing-Lynch c-41 processing machine installed, all that good stuff. Within 5 years it was a storage closet.

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    be yoo em pee

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    Darn, I think it might fit in my storage unit but not my Audi...

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