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    How about a vintage 1950's Federal #269 and Time-O-Lite that started life in the US Navy recreational darkroom in Havana Cuba?
    I modified it to take the Leica M39, and i have Rodenstocks 50mm for 35 format and a 90mm for 6 x 9.
    I made a tray to hold 35mm slides, so I mount the bw negs in Gepe glassless holders to enlarge them.

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    A Durst 670 BW and a Durst 670 Color. Depending on my mood and what look I want. The nice think is that all parts are interchangeable

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    Beseler 45VXL with Universal Head and Color controller. But with my favorite emulsions and favorite color processes all disappearing, it makes me wonder how long this will continue to be truly useful to me.

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    I use a Beseler 23 C. The blue one. And a Nikon 50 mm f2.8 lens.Until I read

    this thread,I tought every one else did ,too.

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    Mine is a Durst Laborator L1000 with condenser head.

    My old Opemus 5a is stored away, as I don't have the space for two enlargers in my miniature darkroom. I keep it as a backup though, should the L1000 ever fail (hope not!).

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    Beseler V45 with a Zone VI cold light source

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    I use either a Fotar 8x10 with a super chromega dichro head or an omega d5xl with pro lab condenser head for enlarging or contact printing and a nuarc plate burner for alt processes. Running out of room!

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    I use a Durst AC 707 Autocolor.
    Regards

    Birger A.

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    Idealism is easy on a full stomach

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    I have a Zone VI Type II 8x10/5x7 that I got with came with both heads, and Componon-S 300mm & 210mm lenses. I have had no luck finding a Type II 5x7 negative holder and am working on how to make one. I also have and use an Omega D5 with both a Chromega dichroic color & a B&W head. Now if the costs of film and paper would take a breather. I have become a hoarder ...
    I wish that I knew what I know now when I was younger. ("Oohlala, by the Small Faces").

    I plan to make up for it by the time I''m 84 ...

    Bob Slaughter (megzdad81)

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    these days i must admit i contact print more than enlarge ...i
    i forgot to mention i use a 300 watt light bulb

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