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    I would love to see something like this!

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    At our lab we frequently produce blowup contact sheets with the anti newton glass carrier, our Durst 184 (8x10) enlarger, and a 300mm. Print sizes range from 11x14 to 20x24 and we are able to burn and dodge the prints to create an even, overall exposure. We load the film (35mm or 120) between the glass plates and carefully close them, using a old strip of film to adjust the strips to make them line up correctly. With the film placed directly between the plates and not in a negative sleeve, the film can be lined up tightly and the entire roll fits, plus the film is sharply projected on to the paper. We fit 6 frames by 6 strips of 35mm or 4 frames by 3 strips of 120 in the carrier. Once the film is loaded we can make as many prints as we want and re-size at will.
    Last edited by bill@lapetelabs.com; 07-21-2009 at 07:39 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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