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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Carnie
    I use 250 w bulbs in all my omegas *not recommended* but it gives me more light for the better sweet spot apeture and 8-20 second main exposure time I am always looking for.
    I'd love to get more light out of my D2V. What is a ph211? 75 watts? 250 sounds like a big jump but it would be interesting to put a dimmer on it and undervolt the bulb to get just the light level that you prefer and maybe reduce the heat a little. I have the heat-absorbing glass to protect my filters. What bulbs are you using?
    That is called grain. It is supposed to be there.
    =Neal W.=

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    Hi Neil
    The bulbs I am using are.... General Electric PH213 250W 115-125v USA

    I never plan to go back from these bulbs, downside is that they burn out faster . I buy a case at a time and are readily available.

    I know you will appreciate the extra power when making enlargements.

    bob

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