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    After having looked for it for days I was finally able to unearth my dad's old Opemus III enlarger in its original box (!) However since there is no manual of any kind and I am not familiar with enlarger terminology, I am going to describe what my initial query is.

    What "extra" bits do I need to do 6x6 film on it? I can see there are two removable 35mm black "frames" that slide under prongs on the "folding trays", one on the top one, one on the bottom one, but nothing that even remotely looks like a special "frame" for the 120mm film. Is my enlarger useless for 6x6?

    I thought I should ask this question first, before going into lens details.

    Thank you in advance.
    Evangelos G. Makris

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    I used an Opemus III until a couple of years ago, and I'm sure 6x6 is no problem. You just need the correct size inserts for the neg holder.
    Hope this helps.

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    Correct size inserts eh? Hmmm, did they originally come in the enlarger package or were they an optional accessory, as I don't seem to have them. Thanks for replying.

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