I bought a Durst M370BW enlarger a while back, and now that my darkroom is almost 'dark', I feel that I should learn how to use it!
The enlarger came with the 35mm mask, which is fine, as I use my Nikon F5 with various B&W films a fair bit. The enlarger came with an 11x14" easel as well. Here are some questions, if you don't mind:
1. For people that have used this enlarger before, what's the maximum sized print you can make? (Assuming using a 645 negative with the appropriate Sivopar 45 masks etc). I see that the enlarger can 'swivel', such that the print can be made on the floor, instead of on the easel board.
2. The enlarger came with a 50mm Nikkor enlarging lens (for 35mm). If I want to do the maximum sized prints capable with this enlarger from both 35mm and 645, will the 80mm lens be long enough?
I think that's it for now