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    I use an Omega B8 with an Aristo v54 cold light lamp.

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    Cold light for me, I use an Omega D2 diffusion color head, two Aristo heads and a florescent set up on an E3. Woulden't trade for anything out there!
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    durst m301 with a condensor
    omega d3v with condensors + an aristo v54
    omega e4 with the "stock omegalite", an aristo cold light head ( ek57sp) and a condensor set that adapted from an e5 ...
    Last edited by jnanian; 10-28-2005 at 09:10 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Condensor for 6x7 and up (Durst L138S), diffusion for 6x6 and down (Opemus 6 with colour head).
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    I've got a current Aristo head and a condensor head for my D-II, and I pretty much always use the cold light head. I keep the condensor head around mainly in case I decide to do color again, though I suppose I could find a dichro head easily enough.
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    Diffusion color head.

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    My preference is for condensors. Collimating the light through the condensors just seems more logical to me.
    [COLOR=SlateGray]"You can't depend on your eyes if your imagination is out of focus." -Mark Twain[/COLOR]

    Ralph Barker
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    2 condensers on my current set-up!
    One old Durst F80 for 35mm and 6x6, and one even older Meopta Magnifax for 6x9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Wooten
    Will any color head work ok for b and w....there are a lot of really cheap enlargers out there.....I have always used my Omega D2V...bought 30 years or so and have used only the condenser head and for all formats 35-4 x 5
    Short answer is yes. You can dial out all the filtration and use white light or you can experiment with the magenta and yellow filters for use with variable contrast papers. More magenta = higher contrast, more yellow = lower contrast. Somtimes there are facilities for using standard VC filters in the head as well, which is my preference.

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    Beseler 45MX with Aristo cold light head. I don't think I could go back to condensors. But I would like voltage control on the cold light head.

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