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    Only if you live in Tasmania

    We've an almost virgin deVere 5x7" enlarger for sale. 3 heads ( dichroic, B&W, point source) 3 lenses, and 6 neg carriers. It's the free-standing floor version. It's dismantled into several boxes. If you know deVere, you'll know why it would cost $400-500 to ship it anywhere other than somewhere in Tassie, and why I'm not listing it in the FS section. Also, we'd be happy/prefer to assemble it in someone's darkroom. Speaking of which, it needs a high ceiling - 2.4m is only just enough..

    However, we'll be crossing over on The Spirit soon, so could deliver it to Melbourne.
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    The height kills it for me. Maybe if it were a 4x5

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    I'd get killed by my partner well before height became an issue. I think I've plateaued, format-wise, with my Durst AC1200....

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    Raoul, think outside of the square.

    If you wish for biggish enlargements, then drop the drop table down a few notches, whilst keeping the head below it's maximum height.

    I have the 5x4 version, maybe a trade up all round?

    Marc, my missus hasn't read this or the other thread on the same subject.

    This is the smallest enlarger for 120 6x17 negatives, best done in between glass as no amount of removable magic tape can hold one of these negs flat.

    Didn't Shane pick up one of these recently?

    Mick.

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    Mick, I'm keen on a 4x5, for B&W, don't care whether it's condensor/diffuser or a colour head.

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    No , I got a Devere504 with ilford500.

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    Still don't know the price...

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    Most likely to much. So it get tossed in the scrap bin instead.

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    Yes, what is the price?!

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    DeVere 504 owner here in USA. If you care about enlargers these are some of the most solid out there. I use it for everything.
    Stop worrying about grain, resolution, sharpness, and everything else that doesn't have a damn thing to do with substance.

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