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    Quote Originally Posted by WolfTales View Post
    After 6x6, the glass on the lenses for the diffusers become huge.

    Larger enlargers need much structural support just to handle beefy quantities of glass.

    On the C700, they actually cut the lenses to a square to save weight.
    Such a pity. 6x6 is my least favorite of all the various 120 formats. But at least one could also do 6x4.5!
    Charles Hohenstein

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    Quote Originally Posted by perkeleellinen View Post
    I have a Meopta Opemus 6a. The column is 81cm (32") high; baseboard is 42cmX59cm (16.5"X23.5"). It's good for 6x6.
    That would be my choice, as they are very common around Europe. You can also find spare parts easily, or you can even cannibalise another who is missing some parts to get the parts you need. In the later case, the prices are probably very low and if they're missing something like the base or column, postage should be low as well. Another good thing about it is that you can modify them from condenser to diffuser (color 3/4es), also giving you the opportunity to print color.

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