Marc Rochkind , Jul 02, 2006; 12:40 a.m.
I use an Ott-Lite, which sits on the table and has a fold-out piece that holds the bulbs. It's not in any sort of box... I just hold the print under the light, or prop it up so I can compare it to the screen.
I agree with you that such a light is essential for evaluating the print. On the other hand, it's probably the last time the print will be viewed that way, unless it's going to be hung in a gallery. Still, one needs a standard, and something close to D50 makes as much sense as anything.