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    Hi !
    MPP in Great Britain made a cuple of enlargers. De Vere was (is ) a maker of fine equipment too.
    Do not forget the Kienzle, Kaiser, and Dunco all in Germany.
    I think Rollei had made a couple too to get with the TLR.
    And for the French built, add Priox and Rohen to the list.
    I'm sure I miss some other names brand I know !

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    In the US, Zone VI Enlargers Type 1 (4x5" max) and Type 2 (5x7" max) but with a 8x10" special head.

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    Do not forget the former Soviet Union, and East Block :
    Krokus (Poland ?)
    Poljot (Sp ? ) Russia
    And still the impression I know more names/brands....

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    Another one still in business :
    http://www.newfr.net/html/charpiot/welcomea.htm
    If you have a lot of floor space, it is a really wonderfull machine for 8x10 and above...
    Also, an historic French brand Gilles Faller has made wooden 8x10 enlarger. Oak I think.

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    I had a Testrite 4X5 enlarger. Still have a Vivitar E34 somewhere.
    Rick Jason.
    "I'm still developing"

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    Famous Brand Enlarger Missing

    Kodak, Flurolite, for 35. Was pro grade (newspapers) with fluorescent (diffusion) illumination. Built like a tank, and about as heavy. Kodak made a large format version, which I gave away. This one has custom machined board for various Nikkor lenses. Hasty pic.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails K2.jpg   K1a.jpg  

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    IFF (Industria Fototecnica Firenze) made enlargers:

    Some models:
    Eurogon 4x5
    Ampliator 5x7
    Duogon

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    The Chinese and the former soviet union made a few. I recall one 35mm Job that folded into a suitcase.

    The Japanesse also made a lot of "private label" units. My old timer is a "PIXUR" Sold by Garlick Films of Toronto but I don't know the original source. It did come with a PIXUR lens too.

    LPL sold many enlargers under different names in Different counties. I have a LPL 67D which has a colection of "saunders" and "Nikkor" negative carriers.
    Charles MacDonald
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    I still live just beyond the fringe in Stittsville

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    MINOX 2203 SUB MIN ENLARGER and cameras

    Hi,

    I have a load of Excellent Minox sub min camersa, tanks and 1 excellent condition
    2203 enlarger, its complete, with a good bulb, (last time used 2 years again, kept well in packed box (in central heated store room, I'v change over to Digital Leica now
    so willing to part, also a couple of miinox user books , film cuter, etc,
    if any one is interested (UK based for enlarger,(because of weight,) overseas no problem for any small bits,
    conditions and photos available, thanks go Youtube for camera stuff channel
    DELTAIDSV
    Thanks

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    Hi,
    I don't see De Vere on the list?
    I have a model 302 dating back to the forties I think, but there is also a 203, 405, 504 and quite a large number of other models. I think if you google "Odyssey enlargers" or try www.odyssey-sales.com/company/de-vere.asp, but I don't know if they are in business any more, you will find a large number of models quoted there,

    Regards,
    John

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