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    I use a 150mm Rodagon to print small in order to raise the enlarger to allow me to open a large easle this gives me a very small image in an 8x10. I have no problems with a 150 on 35mm with a saunders 4500.
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    I have a pair of d2s and built a nice level wooden frame to set the easel on to get correct distances for smaller prints.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sjixxxy
    With a 35mm and the enlarger head of my D-II in its lowest position with a 50mm EL-Nikkor, it shines an image of about 7x10 onto my easel.
    Are you certain that the condenser's in the right position?
    Jim

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    The D-II doesn't have a variable condensor, and if it did, this wouldn't be the problem it could cause.
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