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    Durst L1200 Australia

    Just a heads up for Aussie Apuggers. I have just bought a L1200 Durst and the seller also has a second one with a colour head and controller. He wants $400.00 for it, which seems like a bit of a deal. I will be picking mine up in the next week or two (it's at Emerald near Melbourne) so if you are interested I can contact him on your behalf or give you his number.
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    Best enlargers ever - for folks in the A/NZ print exchanges who remark upon the sharpness of my prints - I would argue my AC1200 (colour version of L1200) is mostly to blame...

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    I am dead keen for a colour head version. Currently have a B&W only version of the same thing. $400 is too good to say no to. Will PM you as well Tony.
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    Andy, if you end up with the colour L1200 will you keep your B&W one as well? If not, I'd be interested in buying it. I'm using an Ilford 500 head on my L1200 and the lamp position has to be changed when I swap from 4x5 to the smaller formats. I'd rather have two enlargers set up permanently so that I'm always ready to go.

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    Bugger, another L1200 that is not in Adelaide. If I wasn't so lazy I'd post in the 'Wanted' section

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    Andy may be convincing his minister of finance to buy this. I really must tell mine that I have bought the other one....she just might notice it!

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    My minister of finance approved me buying my L1200, but only after I told her that I would find a new home for the previous L1200. All I need to do now is to commission the new one.

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    Paul I would be interested in finding a new home for the old L1200.

    My darkroom is not big enough for two of these babies.
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    Sorry for any confusion, Andy, but I'm not Paul, and I did find a home for my other L1200.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oxleyroad View Post
    Paul I would be interested in finding a new home for the old L1200.

    My darkroom is not big enough for two of these babies.
    Fortunately mine is, although I will then need to move the Beseler 45 on to a new home. As much as I like the Beseler's motorised head and the negaflat carrier for 4x5, once I got the L1200 the precision of it all won me over. PM me when you are ready, or email at paulewins (at) optusnet (dot) com (dot) au

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