Chromega F 8X10 Enlarger Complete

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  1. jimgalli

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    Pictures tell the story.

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  2. jimgalli

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    I paid $750 for it and will keep it rather than take a loss.

    It's gorgeous. Price includes a luscious 300mm f5.6 Nikkor.

    You get to make a trip to Tonopah Nevada to pick it up!!! It'll be fun! You can do some shooting and look at all my other crap.

    Did I hear somebody say ROAD TRIP!
     
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    Its like looking at Godzilla, wow.
     
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    Jim,does the base board move up and down or just the head,and how tall is it (as far as ceiling clearce).? What voltage 120 vac or 220vac.?
     
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    That is one big mamma jamma! I am 5'8" and I bet it makes me look like a midget!
     
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    Yes, the baseboard comes right out and has a couple of lower stations. My ceiling is 8' and it barely makes it. 120V. It'll work with an 8' ceiling, but the carriage is limited by that as it can go up beyond the towers.
     
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    Jim,
    Do you charge extra to get it through that doorway:smile:
    Robert N.
     
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    Go for it Mike!
     
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    Dang, that's one big enlarger! Would it fit in the overhead carryon space if I flew in :smile:

    Duncan
     
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    looks kinda cramped in there :wink:

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    Have to check the ceiling hieght in darkroom,think I've got over 8',out of town right now.
     
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    What size are the lensboards?
     
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    I'd buy this if I didn't already have an 11x14 enlarger... Great price!
     
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    a SALE is pending!

    Thank you All.
     
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