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    I have a Leitz Focomat V35 and an Omega 4x5 ProLab. The Leitz is dedicated to 35mm of course, but the Omega has a slew of lenses that I use, my favorite being an 80mm Minolta Rokkor for 6x6.
    "Often moments come looking for us". - Robert Frank

    "Make good art!" - Neil Gaiman

    "...the heart and mind are the true lens of the camera". - Yousuf Karsh

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    My primary is an Omega D3 with several Schneider Componon-S lenses.

    For fun, I've used a 1930s Zeiss Ikon Magniphot with the Spezial-Anastigmat fixed f/5.6 lens. The prints were very good. I rewired it, because I didn't want to die when I turned it on. I replaced the original bulb with a CFL and more recently with an LED bulb. I added a small diffuser in front of the light source.

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    Primarily a D5-XL, condenser, with a 135mm/f5.6 Nikkor for 4x5 negs back when I was making 16x20 silver gelatin prints.
    At least with LF landscape, a bad day of photography can still be a good day of exercise.

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    For the last several years I've used an Omega B-8 (which looks like a 2/3rds sized D-2), which I use mostly for 6 X 6 negatives and sometimes 6 X 4.5 and 6 X 9. I have 80mm f4 and 105 mm f5.6 Rodenstock Rodogon lenses, plus a Schneider 60 mm WA Companon, for 16 X 20 prints from 6 X 6 and 6 X 4.5 negatives. I also have a 50 mm f2.8 El-Nikkor, but have only printed 35 mm once since getting this enlarger. This is the best enlarger I've ever used and I doubt that I'll ever want to replace it.

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    Durst L1200 Multigraph - a workhorse.

    I also have the Color head for it for when I use to print Ilfochrome (still have some from the last run).
    I have used (and still have) a Durst PRO w/an Aristo Cold Light Head (VC friendly) which gets a lot of use by students. In storage is my first enlarger, an M601 with both Condensers and Color Head - I wish I had the space to set it up. Waiting in the wings is a 138...

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    Besseler 45MXT with 45S color head for enlarging B&W and color negatives (35mm 6x7, 6x9, 4x5) and contact printing 8x10 negatives. My lens run the gamut from 50mm - 180mm and are Nikkor, Rodenstock and Schneider.

    I also have a Besseler CIIXL with condenser head but haven't set it up to print with yet.

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    No art passes our conscience in the way that film does, and goes directly to our feelings, deep down into the dark rooms of our souls.
    — Ingmar Bergman

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    Used to be... until I had to sell it [sniffle, sob] a Devere 5108 floor standing 10x8 with colour head.

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    Omega D5500, Minolta Mod III, Durst L1840.

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    Besseler 45MXT 35mm 6x6mm and 4x5

    Dave

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    Durst SM-183 with a CLS 301 color head for 4x5 & 5x7; also have the condenser and Aristo cold light head for it. I contact print 8x10's. Two LPL's a 4550 XLG & a 4500-II for 135 to 4x5 & a Leitz Valloy II for 35 mm. Have mostly Rodagon lenses, 50 Apo, 80, 80 Apo-N, 105, 135, 150, 180, 180 Apo, 210 & 240, plus a 100 Componon-S & a 150 G-Claron. Don't use all at once, but it's nice to have the choices depending on the enlarger and print size. Some I've had for years and don't use but just can't get rid of them. I wouldn't get much for them and I can't replace them, so they stay. L


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