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Home Depot sells an Ott bulb. It's located in the lighting section and marketed as a grow lightbulb. Sells for $9. I've got two in my studio and use them in conjunction with both tungsten and flourescent for color correction, depending on where the final print will be displayed. Michael Plack 7/23/2001 3:00:28 PM, Tom Prescott <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: >Try Lumenet Marketing Group http://www.lumenlight.com for the Ott- Lite; I paid >$67.50, including shipping vs $79.00 list... (Free-standing desktop model). > >Matt Hagadorn wrote: > >> >> > I also suspect a much greater difference in print colour between >> > tungsten and daylight viewing. Please no comments on special viewing >> > lighting. I have been using Epson printers, paper, inks since the first >> > photo Epson without this problem. >> >> Yes, there's a a large difference in color temperature between tungsten and >> daylight. You can get an Ott-Lite 5500K lamp for < US $100, or you can live >> with it. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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