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    Ann, when you have a chance, would you post a picture of your lens rack? It sounds like it would be a great thing to have. Thanks!

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    Thanks for the many replies. I will pursue a board and lens.

    I am hoping to get both from KEH but they have been slow to respond to emails; guess a call is in order. I'm in Hou, Tx.

    For 150mm, I am looking at 5.6 Componon s at 215.00usd
    or a 5.6 Rodagon at 159.00usd

    I know these are high compared to the bay, but KEH stands behind their goods.

    What say ye?
    steve.

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    tori,

    sure, if i can figure out how to do so

    ok, here they are, ignore the dust. the darkroom is the next room to get remodeled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by optique View Post
    Thanks for the many replies. I will pursue a board and lens.

    I am hoping to get both from KEH but they have been slow to respond to emails; guess a call is in order. I'm in Hou, Tx.

    For 150mm, I am looking at 5.6 Componon s at 215.00usd
    or a 5.6 Rodagon at 159.00usd

    I know these are high compared to the bay, but KEH stands behind their goods.

    What say ye?
    steve.
    Do it - get the Rodagon

    Good luck

    Martin

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    Get a piece of alum cut it to 4x4 inch drill hole for lens. Besseler enlarger boards snap in place.

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    It's nice to have more than one lens ready to go for your enlarger. Buy another board, either new or used. If you can't find one immediately, you can make one from printed circuit board material that will work fine until you can find the (more durable) real thing.

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    Most of my lenses are 39mm mounts. So I got the 39mm threaded board. It's a snap to mount lenses. No worse then any thread mount camera. The 150mm is on it's own board but that's because of the bigger mount.

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