‣ Converts a 4x5 camera into a darkroom Enlarger
‣ Designed for making prints from colour film and black & white film
‣ Additional ‘scan’ mode for digitising your negatives with a DSLR
‣ Filters for colour balance and contrast built in and controlled on the timer (no need for external filters)
‣ Pre-calibrated settings for digitising popular film stocks in 'Scan mode'
‣ Easy printing from 5x7 up to 11x14 (much larger possible with horizontal projection)
‣ USB port for future firmware updates
‣ Built in safelight, useful for those with limited space
As the Intrepid Enlarger works as an attachment for a 4x5 camera, you have a choice of what sort of lens to use. You can either use a standard large format lens, or a traditional enlarging lens (mounted to the supplied adapter lens board for lenses with 39mm thread mounts). If you shoot 4x5 you'll likely be able to use a lens you already have, if not enlarger lenses are cheap and easy to get hold of.
When enlarging 4x5 film you'll want to use a 150mm lens, which also happens to be the standard focal length for a 4x5 camera. If you are going to enlarge 35mm film you will need a 50mm lens and for 120 you should use a lens between 80mm and 105mm - in this case we recommend you use a traditional enlarger lens. Enlarger lenses are cheap and easy to find secondhand, and we are happy to help if you are unsure.