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    The film should just hang out on the sides of the neg carrier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Koehrer View Post
    You shouldn't have to cut the film into single frames. Is there a better pic of the negative carrier or could it be upside down?
    i think i had it upside down lol now i feel stupid
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    mounted

    Quote Originally Posted by cyberspider View Post
    yes its there but it seems you have to cut each neg in to ones
    but then it dont seem to hold them right they slide about
    if that is the situation, it is for MOUNTED film "slides"
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    well here is a pic
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    i think i may have to look for a better enlarger this one seems more like a toy kinda one its very plasticy
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyberspider View Post
    i think i may have to look for a better enlarger this one seems more like a toy kinda one its very plasticy
    Maybe it is a kids starter enlarger. I have kids this age, but already have an enlarger for them.


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    hmm its the same model so i have a kids toy great so i see i need to keep looking

    hey would you be willing to scan that Manuel for me i dont have one thank you
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    You can probably sand off most of the rust on thr easel, but the, you'll have to repaint it in that same yellowish color. There are also some good deals on "the bay" for them. The Durst is a prety darn good unit, specialy for free. What lens (if any) came with it? Free is always good!

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    isco-gottingen 1:5.6/50

    is what it says its plastic and fixed i cant take it out
    on the top there is 3 flat lenses that sit under the bulb
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    So what if its an entry level enlarger, for what you paid for it, its a good starting point. A little clean-up and start printing. We all started somewhere, my first enlarger was a 1940's era diffusion machine that I had to make a negative carrier for. Use it, and keep an eye out for a more versatile machine.
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