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    Funny you should mention that, I was just looking at this...

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...846673615&rd=1


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    adding link

    BID my boy BID!!!!!!!!

    Heres the Meopta history and manuals

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    I most likely will. I like the option to project onto a wall or the floor, presumably to make larger prints than the column height will allow.

    Ps. Thanks for the link.


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    You are correct

    Also the split focus facility is wonderful and I don't have to worry about using a grain viewer thingie (see I can be technical). All I do is select the size of print I want, pull the neg holder forward and make slight adjustments to get the split focus lined up a bit like focusing with a camera. Then push the neg holder back in and print away.

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    Andy,

    don´t worry - the Krokus enlargers aren´t that cool and most of the rest in this "kit" is junk. 45 UKP are 70something Euro - thats what I paid for a Durst D659 with 3 lenses, trays, 3 replacement bulbs, a 1960s professional enlarger for 35mm to 6,5x9cm. Ok, in Germany, where all prices are lower than in the UK....

    if you want to go cheap, small and functional, look out for the czech Meopta... Axomat, Opemus - they are sturdy and offer excellent quality at low prices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rjr
    ... if you want to go cheap, small and functional, look out for the czech Meopta... Axomat, Opemus - they are sturdy and offer excellent quality at low prices.
    Errrrm Read the thread he's ahead of you LOL

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    Grmpf.

    That happened while I was writing the reply - I didn´t refresh the thread and forgot to send it for a while. <g>
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy K
    Funny you should mention that, I was just looking at this...

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...846673615&rd=1
    You're limited to 35mm, and I'd prefer to dial in the filters rather than have them loose, but even including postage it's priced to go!

    Grab it, play with it, sell it when you outgrow it. At that price you can't loose.

    Ian

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    Dammit! Missed out again... think the winner used a bidding program

    Ah well, there'll be other chances.


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    Andy it's a shame as I was watching and thought you had nailed it with the final flurry that went on towards the end. Keep watching for them as it went for a song ... happy bidding

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