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    SAUNDERS SUPER-PROOFER, 35mm and 120

    For those who don't know what these are, they are glassless contact printers. Very easy to use. They have channels to slide in cut 35mm or 120 film and a slot for positioning the contact printing paper. The negative stays flat on the paper.Very easy and efficient to use. I haven’t shot anything but large format in awhile, and hoping someone could make use of these. I'm asking $10 each + shipping + PayPal fees. Let me know if pictures are needed.

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    They're in good shape?

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    Thery are in great shape. Also, there are 2: 1 for 35mm and 1 for 120.

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    PM sent.

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    Sale pending.

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    If Roger decides he doesn't want the 35mm one, I'd dearly love to buy it from you! Um, providing P&H isn't too exorbitant to Australia, that is :-)

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    Someone else is ahead of me. I'm in line for both since I shoot 35mm, three sizes of 120 and 4x5.

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    No worries, I've made a list! It's packed and awaiting payment from the first person on the list. Will let you know if things change. Thanks for your interest.

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    Both Super-Proofers are sold. Thanks for your interest.

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    can this be used for scanning on a flatbed?

    Can this used as follows. I would load the film in and place the glass on the glass platen of a flatbed scanner. Would the film be pressed agains the glass tightly?
    Do you still have it for sale?

    Quote Originally Posted by Pasto View Post
    For those who don't know what these are, they are glassless contact printers. Very easy to use. They have channels to slide in cut 35mm or 120 film and a slot for positioning the contact printing paper. The negative stays flat on the paper.Very easy and efficient to use. I haven’t shot anything but large format in awhile, and hoping someone could make use of these. I'm asking $10 each + shipping + PayPal fees. Let me know if pictures are needed.



 

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