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    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    Correct me if I am wrong, but your Kaiser 6002 should be able to do MF.
    you are quite correct Matt.
    I use a 6002 for up to 6x7 (all my 6x7 are pinhole so the falloff using the 6x6 condenser doesn;t matter too much to me)
    But as standard it is good for 35mm to 6x6.
    the fact that the OP has a 80/4 lens to go with it means he should be ready to go

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    Thanks guys. I will chose the V35 for the next years until I need MF. Is it good for 10x?

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    If I were you I would stick with the Kaiser and spend the €450 on paper.

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    Hi from th eother corner of Spain,

    I would stick to the Kaiser system. It is still in production, spares are available in Europe very easily, the lenses you have are very good. Why to change?

    I have a Kaiser enlarger and cannot be happier. It is sturdy but light enough for me to move it in and out of my bathroom/darkroom. As I mentioned, accesories like different format masks, AN glasses, negative carriers, filter supports, etc. are available from Kaiser itself.

    Anyway, it seems you have already decided, so the least I could say is enjoy it and enjoy the darkroom.
    Alfonso

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    Thank You miha and Alfonso.

    Yeap is kind of forcing me to shot with 35mm for a long term project, and then, look for a MF in the future.

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    QUE LUGAR!!! please post photos!!! this place is gorgeous!!! sorry i can't help with decision making, but i will second the advice of saving money for paper.

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