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    can anybody tell me what is light box used for heard can use to see slide and negative but how to use actually. is it just put on top can already or what?

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    in addition, people usually use a loupe (aka magnifier) so that you could see an enlarged image.
    Last edited by mpenza; 17th March 2003 at 02:25 PM.
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    Originally posted by klein
    can anybody tell me what is light box used for heard can use to see slide and negative but how to use actually. is it just put on top can already or what?
    yupz ... place ur slides on the light box can already ..... ~

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    a light box is just a panel with a uniform light underneath the surface.

    when switched on, it radiates a uniform light which you can then place your slides on it to view them (instead try to hold them up to the ceiling lights for a view)

    to make the picture-viewing more pleasurable, use a loupe (or magnifier) to see them up close and enlarged.

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    can the light box be used to see 35mm negatives?

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    can also but it's all in negative colours, very hard to see the actual colours. Maybe you can only see if they are sharp or not lor ^.^

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