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    Quote Originally Posted by wotalegend View Post
    You're pushing my GAS nerve very hard, but I have no particular aspiration for LF just yet - still fully occupied with MF - and nowhere to store these, particularly the enlarger.
    In fact the one positive aspect is that I am in Melbourne.

    Aaahhh. Throw out the MF stuff and get into REAL photography.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldBikerPete View Post
    Aaahhh. Throw out the MF stuff and get into REAL photography.
    I think I used a similar argument to graduate from 35mm to MF. Where does it all end? Something like this?

    http://www.cameratruck.net/Site/Landing.html

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    frustated by wondering hard on how much shipping cost would it be to indonesia would love this! I'm trying to start my foray into large format, wet plate spesifically..

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    wotalegend, yeah, I went 35mm, MF (still use it), 4x5.... and then into a 5x7 (not used much; yet), and fighting the 8x10.........screeeeaaaaccchhhh....

    Ah, now, maybe make me an 8x10 pinhole... film is on hand, just need a big enough can to make the camera - that should satisfy my hankering...

    Or so I thinks.

    The dark slide is a slippery slope - so glad I can't haul around an 18 x 37 or some weird thing like that, on a mule no less!

    This is a really good deal for someone.
    Tim Flynn

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    that enlarger sure has style!
    I love the wilderness and I love my trail cameras, all Fuji's! :) GA645, GW690 III, and the X100 which I think is the best trail camera ever invented (to date).

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    I'll take it! Though I already got a massive 4x5 colour enlarger (just no lenses yet)
    Last edited by Athiril; 02-05-2011 at 01:05 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Thank God Athrill, you saved me $100.00

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMBooth View Post
    Thank God Athrill, you saved me $100.00
    Me too. GAS relieved.

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    Athiril dropped by yesterday and I ended up driving him and the gear home again, since he's only in the next suburb. And, yes, his other enlarger is huge, taller than my L1200 and bulkier than 138 even although it is a bench top unit. Apologies to those who enquired from interstate but the enlarger was proving to be a real pain to pack safely so I jumped at a local sale. I'm just happy it has gone to somebody who will use it.

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    Any chance the Calumet's are still for sale?????

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