Anyone need a "dark" room in a room?

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You go, Ilford!

I love it! Although the popup darkroom seems like it would get stuffy pretty fast without adding that fan. But still a great idea.
 

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Looks like it is good for small enlargers and maybe up to 8x10 prints. I do not think my big 4x5 Beseler chassis would fit.
 

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You go, Ilford!

I love it! Although the popup darkroom seems like it would get stuffy pretty fast without adding that fan. But still a great idea.
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I think given the chemicals used in darkrooms the tent should only be sold with the fan - without this it's not safe.

I've not worked in a darkroom for decades, but if the price on this is not too expensive I might get tempted to shoot film again :)
 
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think given the chemicals used in darkrooms the tent should only be sold with the fan - without this it's not safe.
Agreed. It's nice that they've made cut out vents on the top and bottom, for a fan and for vent tubes, but really those should be included, even if it's not top of the line stuff. The air needs to be vented out.
 

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