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    tih,
    the manual is great. It illustrates all of the points that have been made in this thread and shows the enlarger to be a good buy for me. Those Czechoslovakian photographers using the enlarger in the manual are also very stylish. Thank-you very much for you help.

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    Enlarger purchased (at good price). Thank-you all for your help.

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    There is a lensboard made for M39 lenses, you can find them online from time to time.
    Sure, I could give you a boring explanation who I really am but I rather let the Origami do the talking.

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    >Goose,
    thanks – I understand that it will come with 39mm and 23.5mm flanges. I'm assuming in my naiveté that 39mm means M39 as I want to find a cheap Componon S f4 80mm to fit.

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