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  1. #41

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    LPL C7700 + Heiland Splitgrade

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    An Omega D5 with a Dichroic I head.

    Neal Wydra

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    Vivitar V1. Bit of an odd-ball but I love it - nice piece of kit. I have the dichroic head with the unique "light pipe" which means a totally cold light and glassless neg holders.

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    There has been a lot of variety on enlargers. I am famaliar with a lot of them but there are a few I haven't heard of. I was given an old Elwood. When I got it home, I couldn't get it in the darkroom. Had to scrap it.
    It felt like it weighed a ton.
    This post has been very informative on what is being used now.

    Thanks for all the post.

    Richard

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    I enlarge with a LPL 670 condenser for medium format and 1c or Valoy 2 for small format. I have the dichro head for the 670 which I use for some negatives. I bought a Durst 601 thinking it would be easier to move when I switch to the Leitz enlarger for -135. I have limited space and can't install a two enlarger setup in the DR. I went back to using the 670 for MF mostly because I got to my final print faster using familiar equipment.

    I like condensers because I get a touch higher contrast in the shadows and the prints have more snap. I know the research will say you can't tell the difference between light sources if you adjust development.
    Last edited by Richard Jepsen; 06-22-2013 at 03:28 PM. Click to view previous post history.
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    Focomat V35 and Durst 184

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    Durst 606 for 35mm & 6X6. Just change lenses and film stage. For my 6X7 & 6X9 I have an old Kindermann I bought used about 10 years ago. Great old enlarger - built like a tank. If I ever go to larger film, say 4X5, I'll have to enlarge my darkroom.
    Bruce

    Moma don't take my Kodachrome away!
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    I use a Zone VI Type II fitted with a 45S Beseler color head for B&W. I purchased the last Beseller adapter for this enlarger from Calumet. It's a nice combination.

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    Dust 184 with CLS 300 and Beseler 45 with Zone VI coldhead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ataim View Post
    Dust 184 with CLS 300 and Beseler 45 with Zone VI coldhead.
    Hey ataim
    Lots of room in your darkroom. I wish I had the room for what I like to use.

    Richard



 

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