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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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    Whoops--forgot my bulb,. Counting the spares in my cabinet, I guess I have about 12 enlargers, but for contact prints I guess they're really exposers ...
    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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    For 35mm I have a Beseler 67C enlarger with a Nikon 50mm f2.8 and for everything else, I have a Beseler CB7 with lenses from Rodenstock and Schneider ranging from 90 to 150mm.

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    I use a plain old 23 C. blue model with a 50 mm f 2.8 lens nikon

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    4x5 DII Chromega dichroic II with custom baseboard and all nikkor lenses. Ganz speed easles. Mostle right now printing 6x6 negs onto 4x5 paper, ends up with a 3.5x3.5 print. Very lovely little prints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HowardDvorin View Post
    I use a plain old 23 C. blue model with a 50 mm f 2.8 lens nikon
    Same as this, also a 105mm el nikkor for 6x9 and it uses an old zone vi cold light. It fits neatly in a little closet in my study, which is where I use it. I also use it often to expose contact prints and to pre-flash paper negatives.

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    I've got the BIG OL Durst 184, with a color head CLS 300 ( think) Schneider Lens, B&W only though. And a Beseler 45 with Zone VI cold head and stabilizer.
    Paul Ward
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    Nothing fancy for me. I use a Omega B-66XL and Omega Chromega B Dichroic XL. I have a Nikkor 50mm f2.8 and Schneider Kreuznach Companon S 80mm f4.0 lenses.
    "The secret to life is to keep your mind full and your bowels empty. Unfortunately, the converse is true for most people."

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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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