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    See:
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    Rosco and Lee make theater gels with the proper red filtration. You can buy a sheet from B&H for under $6 last time I looked. That's enough to cover a large number of flashlights. Don't have the exact passbands here at hand, you could find the correct filters at the Lee or Rosco websites.

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    I recently bought a little Petzl red safety head light that is working out quite nicely in the darkroom. http://en.petzl.com/petzl/LampesProduits?Produit=652

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    Darkroom flashlight

    Quote Originally Posted by Resoman View Post
    Friends -

    Does anyone still make such a darkroom flashlight at a reasonable price? I've looked for red LED keychain lights without success.

    Thanks,

    Gary,
    East Snook, TX

    Get a 2AA Maglite from your local purveyor then go to Radio Shack and get an ORANGE, AMBER or YELLOW T1 LED and replace the bulb in the Maglight. Total cost: less than 10 bucks. Bright enough to read by, safe enough to hold very close to the paper with no ill effects.

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