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    Tried my B&W safelight today, terrible cyan fog so went back to working in the dark until my Kodak #13 arrives. Will see if I can find 7.5 watt bulb too, current one is 15w.
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    The OC filter for B&W will definitely not work. Be aware that the #13 is much darker than the OC filter, so the illumination level will be very low.
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    I'm used to working in the dark for color printing (how my Dad showed me decades ago) so any illumination at all will be nice. I wasted some Fuji CA this morning because I had the paper upside down it is thin but not THAT thin
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    I, too, learned to print color in the dark. Once I tried a Thomas Duplex with the color filters in it, though, I have never gone back.
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    I have never really done color printing in total darkness as far as I can remember. I have always used a Kodak safelight of some sort or another. Currently it is the WR13, but there was a predecessor for the original Type C paper that was brighter due to the slower paper speed at that time.

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    I always print color in the dark, even back when I was doing it with drums. Once in a while, early on, I used a Jobo minilux, but now I dont' really need the light, so am fine without.

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