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    The company still excists:
    http://www.odyssey-sales.co.uk/de-vere.htm
    You could contact them for info. I did when I bought my 5108 and 504 enlargers. They did send me the manuals.
    See also: http://www.khbphotografix.com/devere/
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    * I'm an analogue enthusiast, trying not to fall into the digital abyss.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smudge.g View Post
    Thanks Steve, very interesting and I assume that your conversion still works well! Do you have a timer or controller attached to your rig? At the moment, mine just has a plain plug on the lamp wire with no other control. Also, have you used filters in the condenser head or below the enlarging lens?
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    Thanks for posting the picture, looks like a good enlarger. You can put the contrast filters in either place with no ill effects. You plug the lamp cord in to a timer. The condenser head probably works as I indicated above, but can you show a close-up of the plate on the front of the enlarge, it looks like the instructions for the condenser adjustment. Did you get a lens and negative carriers? If the lamp is blown try a PH/212, you can get those for less than $5.

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    Also, If you have not enlarged before, "The New Darkroom Handbook" makes a good read. You can get it on line if you look: http://www.scribd.com/doc/49691274/The-New-Darkroom

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    for other enlarging lenes, I can whole-heartedly recommend Nikon'sEL Nikkor series. Ibought an 80mm for 6x6 an 105 mm for 6x9 and a 150mm for 4x5 from them; all excellent.
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    Ralph W. Lambrecht
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