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    It's worth the effort -- the M600 is a surprisingly well-made enlarger for its size. The fact that the condenser sits on the film means that you get consistently flat negatives. I have a pdf of the manual if you want to send me your email address...

    Cheers,

    -andrew

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    Quote Originally Posted by quine666 View Post
    It's worth the effort -- the M600 is a surprisingly well-made enlarger for its size. The fact that the condenser sits on the film means that you get consistently flat negatives. I have a pdf of the manual if you want to send me your email address...

    Cheers,

    -andrew
    The only problem I have is to get the negative not to move around, it is hard to get it parallel to the printing paper borders. Otherwise I like the size and how easy it is to use.
    "Art is a lie that enables us to tell the truth" -Picasso
    http://www.jaimebermudez.com

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