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    Title updated.
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    Elwood, looks like 8x10 for $25!

    http://kansascity.craigslist.org/pho/1429337425.html

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    The Omega D5 that IC-Racer posted was already sold within a day or two of posting. Someone I know is looking for a 4x5 capable enlarger, but is in WV. There are some good deals to be had, especially on Craigslist.

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    Super Chromega D5 with power supply $100.

    If this were any closer I'd drive to get it just to have that head and power supply.

    http://washingtondc.craigslist.org/n...435458368.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher Walrath View Post
    Wirelessly posted (BBBold: BlackBerry9000/4.6.0.297 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/102 UP.Link/6.3.0.0.0)

    Keep'em coming. A mod might change the title of this thread to available inexpensive enlarger. And don't forget to check the APUG classifieds as well.
    Or you could use the sticky that's already in the lounge.
    Heavily sedated for your protection.

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    Yup. We'll see how this goes, and if it makes sense, we'll merge them, since this sort of information is already generally posted in that thread.
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    ic-racer, what the heck is that enlarger? I'm in Kansas City and had emailed him before he posted pictures. The leaves and debris on it drove me off. It looked like a junker to me, but I have an untrained eye when it comes to these things. Is it somehow useful?

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    Quote Originally Posted by f/stopblues View Post
    ic-racer, what the heck is that enlarger? I'm in Kansas City and had emailed him before he posted pictures. The leaves and debris on it drove me off. It looked like a junker to me, but I have an untrained eye when it comes to these things. Is it somehow useful?

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    That's an Elwood enlarger for 8x10" negs. Fantastic deal for $25. I wouldn't worry too much about the debris at that price. Cleaning won't be so hard. It's a good deal even if it requires some fiddling to align it and needs a new bellows and maybe you have to make your own neg carrier. A big question is whether the diffuser glass is all there. That's what is usually missing from old Elwoods. I think there are supposed to be three pieces of glass that go above the neg stage, each more frosted in the center than at the edges to even out the light output.
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    A pity these are all in the US - You're making me jealous

    I'd quite like a 4x5-capable enlarger, but am in the UK - Shipping might be expensive...

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    To add to what David wrote on that enlarger that looks like an Elwood; it seems to me that using that as a starting point for an enlarger is going to be so, much better than scratch building an enlarger or converting a camera into an enlarger.

    I'd pay $25 just for the challenge of seeing if I could get it working!

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