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    What the heck is this enlarger part?

    I received this along with a Durst L1200 enlarger a while back. I don't think it is related at all, but I'm kinda stumped.

    Could it be a copy stand conversion kit? Would it be for the durst? The "lens board" area looks vaguely Devere.

    Anyone know?
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    Looks mighty similar to the bellows attachment for LPL/Saunders enlargers. Do not know what those other spare rods are for.

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    Here's working link to the bellows unit

    http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-Vintage-Pola...item1c17790878

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    Yep, Polaroid MP-4 copy camera bellows unit and the rods are "outriggers" for mounting lights to the baseboard.
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    That looks like it. I guess I'll just recycle the parts then - not much use at this point.
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