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    Rodenstock Rodagon 80mm or Omegaron 135mm for 6"x6" varirable contrast filters

    Now that I'm getting rid of my D5500, I find that I'm in need of a set of above the lens contrast filters. I'd prefer either Ilford Multigrade or Kodak Polycontrast, but I'm not gonna be too picky as long as they're clean and uncut.

    In return you'd get your choice of either a slightly dusty (but otherwise clean) Omegaron 135 or a very clean Rodagon 80mm enlarging lens.

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    I also have quite a bit of spare darkroom kit laying around (easels, timers, patterson tanks/reels, etc.) so if there's something that I can swap or add to sweeten the deal, just ask.

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    Bit the bullet and ordered a set from an ebay seller.



 

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