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    I believe Holga makes an enlarger too. Check Freestyle.

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    Well, I asked Meopta about their enlarger production and got this shart and clear answer:

    "Dear Mr Axelsson,

    It is true that we have stopped the production of photo enlargers and
    accessories.
    We still have some stock, so we are continuing to sell them.

    Best regards,
    Antonin Smid
    Meopta-optika, s.r.o."

    Too bad. Another one gone.
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    I just bought a Durst 1200 and i am really excited to use for my 4x5. Got it on ebaay for $400 US. I think it is a steal. Everything I've read says this is a great enalarger. I'll keep posting. Good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgesGiralt View Post
    I second the advice about Kienzle they made a clone of the Leitz Focomat II (it was designed by them, I think) and some larger size
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    Do you know what the model number is? I would be interested in an autofocus B&W multigrade head.

    I was planning to buy one enlarger to fit both formats, but ended up buying a Leitz focomat V35! Still on the lookout for a 6x6 enlarger.

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    I've had a Omega D2-V for years - got it used and it has worked great. Very solid. Funny - I did the same thing, I have a V35 for 35mm and the Omega for 6x6.

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    Next to new in North America

    look up khb photografix if you are in the market for a new or quality refurbished enlarger in north america. Very helpful folks. Can fix a lot of stuff and make anything you need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Holliday View Post
    Do you know what the model number is? I would be interested in an autofocus B&W multigrade head.

    I was planning to buy one enlarger to fit both formats, but ended up buying a Leitz focomat V35! Still on the lookout for a 6x6 enlarger.
    Gary,

    I think that the Kienzle enlarger you're interested in is the model A69S. It is extremely similar to the Focomat IIc. It is available with different light heads to meet your needs.

    Follow the link below for more information;

    Kienzle A69s enlarger

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    In Europe still produce the enlargers Kaiser, Dunco and Kienzle in Germany, DeVere in England.
    In rest of the world, still produce enlargers Beseler and Omega in USA, Fujimoto and LPL in Japan. LPL are marketed also with Jobo and Saunders trademark, respectively in Europe and USA.
    Are out of the darkroom market Leitz, Meopta, Krokus, Lupo, Durst and IFF.
    Ciao.
    Vincenzo

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    Kaiser System-V enlargers are all condenser (double). Some form of condenser-diffuser hybrid. Highly recommended enlargers.
    Stop worrying about grain, resolution, sharpness, and everything else that doesn't have a damn thing to do with substance.

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    Dunco enlargers use a double condenser system, with colour mixing chamber on top.

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