I've just started taking an interest in shooting film again. I was only planning to process negatives and scan them, but I was telling a friend of mine about my plans and he offered to give me a some darkroom equipment he had been storing for about 10 years. The crown jewel of the loot he gave me was this Fujimoto Enlarger. It looks like a 60 C-M model based on my google searching. I have not been able to find much info about it however. Here are some shots of it. http://www.flickr.com/photos/bruceg333/sets/72157623592636615/ I've cleaned it up a lot, but there is still some surface rust and stubborn dirt left to clean. It appears to work mostly OK. The lamp works. The color filters dial from 0 to 17 with measurement marks between. They do slide in and out from under the lamp. The timer is a little puzzling. The lamps turns on and off as it should, however the time, while consistent, isn't accurate. I don't suppose it matters that a setting of 15 seconds actually burns for 18 seconds as long as it is consistent. I will adapt. I have some paper, chemistry and other basics arriving later this week and I'll start experimenting. I have printed photos before, but the last time was 1985 and it was in my high school darkroom. So, while I have a little experience, it is almost like starting brand new. I would appreciate any wisdom anyone cares of offer, especially the kind that helps me learn without blowing through a fortune in consumables. I'm new to this forum, but I have been paging through old threads trying to glean what I can. It's pretty daunting, there are lots of posts here. I'm currently focusing on 35mm format while I re-learn what I'm doing, but I really want to work with 120 film starting with maybe a Holga, then maybe an inexpensive TLR such as a Yashica. I realize that at a minimum I'm going to need a new enlarger lens and negative carrier to work with 6 x 6 format. So any information about compatibility between my enlarger and others on the market would be greatly appreciated, I'm not having luck finding Fujomoto parts on the auction site.