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    You people are wonderful! Please keep listing what's still not been mentioned. There was a thread called "classic enlarger" but that's only for the taste(s). But what I would like to have here is a record.

    I think in a long run, the thread could be used as a referrence for anyone who needs to know. I'm certain that would benefit everyone. I will reorganize and edit what's been written here periodically.

    But for now please post as much as you can!

    Thanks

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    Does anyone have know much about Meopta enlargers? In Japan, Fujimoto/Lucky distributes only one ongoing model, and that's an entry-level one, I think.

    Also, Agfa Varioscope enlarger, is there more than one kind? Does anyone have any recource for that?

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    How's about a Durst F-30 35mm compact enlarger? From the 60' s or 70's, I believe.

    Jon
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    If you go to the Meopota website under history they used to list all or at least most of thier products including enlargers.

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    Federal 219 and 319 (not sure of the number on the 319) were made in the 40S I had a 219, 2x3 with standard 211 bulb. I think the the other one was a 4 x5.

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    Beseler 45MCRX - my lovely blue beast!
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    my 8x10 Salsman, 1962 vintage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Zentena
    If you go to the Meopota website under history they used to list all or at least most of thier products including enlargers.

    Thanks for the tip. From Meopta's site I found:

    Agrand

    Axomat, AxomatII, 3, 4a, 5a, 4, 5 Student

    Axomatia

    Colombo

    Herkules

    Ideal

    Laborant

    Magnifax, MagnifaxII, 3, 3a, 4a, 6.5x9

    Magnitarus10x15, 13x18

    Meogrand

    Mignoret11x14

    Multifax

    Opemus2a, 2a Golden, III, 4, 5, 5a, 5a with Meochrom, 4x4, 6x6, 6a, 7, Standard, Standard2

    Proximus, Proximus2

    http://www.meopta.cz/index.php?id=19&lang=en
    http://www.meopta.cz/index.php?id=143&lang=en

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    Based on the information provided by a few fellow APUGers here, the list for the Durst englargers is something like this:

    Durst

    A 300
    A 300 (ATRI)
    A 600 (AUTON)
    AC 1200 (COFEM)
    AC 1200 N E
    AC 1201
    AC 650 (COSIX)
    AC 707 AUTOCOLOR
    AC 707 BW (SINO)
    AC 707 VARIOCOLOR
    AC 800 (old type without AF)
    AC 800 / 800 AF (ELITE)
    AC 900 (COBIMAT)
    AC 900 N
    AC 901
    AG 66 (AGFA COLORCOPY 66)
    AUTOR
    C35
    CE 1000 (CAMO)
    CLS30 Dichrotic color head
    D 404
    D 606
    D 609 (SEINO)
    D 659
    DA 900 (DANO)
    DIN
    DUOMAT / DUOMAT-COLOR
    DURST 606
    DURST 609 (SEINO)
    F 30
    F 60 (FESIX)
    HG 300
    HL 2200
    HL 2500 (HOLAB)
    HL 2500 AF (AUTOHOLAB)
    HL 2501
    LABORATOR 1000 (TAUNO)
    LABORATOR 1200 (FEMO)
    LABORATOR 1200 AUTOCOLOR
    LABORATOR 1200 ELITE
    LABORATOR 1200 ELITE MOT (AF)
    LABORATOR 1300 (TRINO)
    LABORATOR 138 S (LATIS)
    LABORATOR 139
    LABORATOR 1800 (STAFO)
    LABORATOR 184 (LAFO)
    LABORATOR 1840 (LARA)
    LABORATOR 1840 N (CE - version)
    LABORATOR 2000 (STARA)
    LABORATOR 2000 AF (AUTOSTARA)
    LABORATOR 2400
    LABORATOR 3000 (LORNO)
    LABORATOR 3C
    LABORATOR 3S
    LABORATOR 54 (OTO)
    LABORATOR 900 (BIMAT)
    LABORATOR F 184(LAFO)
    LABORATOR G 139 (RELAB)
    LABORATOR G 184(LAGRA)
    LABORATOR S45
    LABORATOR SM 183 (SPECMICRO)
    HL 2506
    J 66 (JUNSE)
    M 300 (NEDO)
    M 301 (NEVO)
    M 302 (DUVO)
    M 305 (NERIO)
    M 35 (MICROMAT)
    M 370 B&W (LIDO)
    M 370 COLOR
    M 370 EASYCOLOR
    M 370 GRADUATE
    M 600 (SIXO)
    M 601 (SIVO)
    M 605 (SIRIO)
    M 605 CLASSIC
    M 670 B&W (VEGA)
    M 670 COLOR
    M 670 VC (Variocontrast)
    M 70 MODULAR B&W (ex: M 707 B&W)
    M 70 MODULAR COLOR
    M 70 MODULAR MICRO
    M 70 MODULAR VARIO
    M 700 (SETODO O. SETOKO)
    M 705 (LURIODO)
    M 707 B&W
    M 707 COLOR (SEVEN)
    M 800 (SETOSI)
    M 805 (LURIOSI)
    M 805 ELITE (AF)
    MAGICA 300 Daylight enlarger
    MAGICA 350 Daylight enlarger
    MAGICO
    MAGICO JUNIOR
    MICROMAT-COLOR
    MULTIVARIO
    MULTIVARIO (2. VERSION)
    OPTIGON 138
    OPTIMO AC
    OPTIMO CL
    OPTOCOM
    OPTOPIA CL
    PICTOCHROM +
    PICTOCHROM + AF
    PICTOCHROM CL (1. vers. w/o AF)
    PICTOGRAPH (1. vers. w/o AF)
    PICTOGRAPH AF
    PRO
    R 305
    REPORTER (R 305)?
    REPRO-LABORATOR 1800 (STAGRANO)
    REPRO-LABORATOR 2400 (SCREENO)
    RL 2400
    RL 3000
    RS 35 - NEWPORTER
    S 609 (BENO)
    U 70
    U 70 C
    UNOMAT / UNOMAT-COLOR

    Source: Durst customer service department Brixen,
    July 2004 / January 2006(PDF)

    DURST EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURING DATES (BULLETIN #B030)
    JOBO U.S.A. (html)

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    According to Minicam Magazine Vol 10, No. 12 (Sep 1947), these were the generally available enlargers:

    BACO - MF up to 6x9 condenser
    Curtis Color Film Enlarging Printer - for making 4x5 separation negatives from 35mm
    De Jur Versatile Model I - MF up to 6x9 condenser
    De Jur Versatile Model I - up to 3 1/4 square condenser
    De Jur Professional - 4x5 condenser
    Kodak Portable Miniature - 35mm and bantam condenser
    Kodak Precision Enlarger A - 6x9 condenser
    Kodak Precision Enlarger B - 4x5 1/2 diffusion
    Eastman Autofocus Model D - 5x7 diffusion
    Elwood A M Miniature - 6x9 condensing
    Elwood B M Miniature - 35mm to 1 7/8 x 2 1/4 condensing
    Elwood 5x7 Autofocus
    Elwood SP-2 Special 5x7
    Elwood Studio 5x7
    Federal Models 312, 314, 315 - 6x9 condensing except 312, where it was an option
    Federal Model 450 - 4x5
    Leitz Focomat I-B
    Keyzer cold light - 4x5
    Marful Model 44 direct positive - enlarges copies from prints up to 4x5 to direct positives
    National Cold Light Model G-33 - 4x5
    Omega D-II
    Peco 1a and 1b - 6x9 diffuser (1a) or condenser (1b)
    Printex 4x5 - condenser
    Saltzman 30W, 30WA, 30WR - 5x7 except 30WA 8x10
    Skyview model DGE - 4x5 condenser
    Solar Model 120 - 6x9 condenser
    Solar Model 57 - 5x7 diffusion
    Solar Model 45C - 4x5 condenser
    Solar Autofocus - 6x9 condenser
    Sunray Model D Arnold - 6x9 condenser
    Sunray Model 45 Mastercraft - 4x5

    I may have another reference from the 60's somwhere.

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