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    Quote Originally Posted by brucemuir View Post
    all you guys with "LPL"s...
    are those Saunders or is LPL another company?
    LPL make their own enlargers they may be re-badged as Saunders.

    Ian

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    Quote Originally Posted by reciprocity View Post
    Zero
    Hope to soon acquire one
    You can have my spare one for the postage cost if you want it but it would probably be cheaper to find one nearer to you (and it's 110 volts so you will need a transformer).

    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant View Post
    LPL make their own enlargers they may be re-badged as Saunders.
    Mine is marked 'SAUNDERS/LPL'.


    Steve.
    "People who say things won't work are a dime a dozen. People who figure out how to make things work are worth a fortune" - Dave Rat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Grant View Post
    LPL make their own enlargers they may be re-badged as Saunders.

    Ian
    Thanx once again Ian.

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    I have two, a Beseler CB7 which is the main enlarger I use for my 4x5 work. I have lots of lens and boards to go with it so I use it for other formats as well. I also have a Beseler 67C, which is the enlarger I bought 30 years ago and is mostly in storage these days. I was just given one of those portable Russian enlargers in a suitcase. I wont use it other than maybe to do a couple of prints to see what you can get out of it.

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    I have two.

    Omega DII (without the crank but with a variable condenser) is my main one
    Omega D2 (with the crank but with fixed condenser units) is a spare
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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    Five!

    One Omega D-2V, one Omega D-2V using a 3-condenser set or an Aristo cold light head, one Omega DM point source enlarger with two heads and 4 condensers, and one Focomat 1c for 35mm. I also have a stored Omega B-8 that belongs to my daughter.

    I usually use the Omega D-2V. Darkroom is 10 years old and is 9' X 8' with a Leedal 20" X 60" stainless sink ordered by Kodak, but not delivered.

    A.T.

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    2 active 4x5 enlargers and 2 further enlargers in storage.
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    2 Zone VI type 2 VC
    1 Beselser 45V XL
    2 Phillips Tri-Color 150 Would like to find a home for the 2 Phillips


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    Down to one, sent a D2V to the dump during a citywide trash pickup 3 or 4 years ago.

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    For medium format I use a LPL (Rollei branded) 670 MXL/7700 and a Leitz 1c
    The LPL 7700 is a great enlarger. However its heavy to move when I switch to a Leitz 1c or Valoy II. I find having a color and condenser head is useful. The LPL is easy to change out heads, very similar to a Durst 605.

    I recently acquired a Valoy II, Leitz 1c and LPL 7700 CXL (condenser) for a community DR. For prints on 8x10 paper the Valoy is a delight to use. Its so small and the helical with illuminated Nikkor 50mm is user friendly. The Leitz 10x12 wood easel is a perfect companion to the Valoy.
    Last edited by Richard Jepsen; 02-26-2012 at 08:05 PM. Click to view previous post history.
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