One. And the bulb just died. So none that I can use at the moment.
More than my share. A late vintage Beseler 45mcx with Ilford 500 head & two dichro heads on the shelf. A Omega D5 cond set up beside the Beseler. A 23CII that I bought 30 years ago on standby. Two more D5's in the basement, one with a condenser head one with a Dichro head. I hope to make a spot to set the Dichro D5 .
A Focomat II with no light source (it had the Ilford 500 on it and I do have spare 500 setup that will fit). A durst M301 and a M600 - looking for a good home. A couple Omega 700s and a 760 with Dichr0 heads - not in good shape. And I think there is one more unknown in pieces.
I guess 10-12 all told.
LPL 4x5 dichroic
2 LPL 4x5 VVCE (counting one that's in the post right now)
1 LPL 6x7 VCCE
1 Omega D2 Aristo cold light
1 DeVere 504 Ilford 500 head
1 DeVere 1018 with Difcon head
1 Zone VI type II 5x7
1 Durst Laborator 4x5 color head
1 Beseler 45MX condenser
1 Omega D5 color head
1 Elwood 5x7, All aluminum frame, Elwood reflector..great old enlarger
Only one operating in my home darkroom, a lpl 670dxl. Great machine.
Had a omega c700 that I gave away.
Still have a omega 67XL that I cannibalized for a baseboard and storing for a backup.
And I oversee 2 lpl 6700s and one lpl 6600 at the darkroom I teach in.
I have two:
Kaiser VPM9005 (condenser, 6x9 glass, modern)
DeVere 504 (dichroic, 4x5 glass, favorite)
Stop worrying about grain, resolution, sharpness, and everything else that doesn't have a damn thing to do with substance.
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I have three.
A besslar 23 C the blue one. I use it the most
A Besslar 3 C11XL I use occasionaly.
An Omega 4 x 5 that I need to rebuild.
I have just one : Durst 606
I currently have three: My workhorse, a Beseler 45mx, an Omega B22, and recently was given a Durst 570 (I think, i'm not near it)
a durst monster 4 by 5 laborator something or other.
A fuji 6 by 7 dichro
a focomat Ic
Two minox enlargers.
so i got all the formats covered. If i ever get a larger camera it will be to contact print...