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    Just wanted to re-iterate what has been said about the Meopta - solidly made (probably used to be made in a tractor factory; but hey - you WANT solid in an enlarger!). I had one for 35mm for several years and it never gave me a problem.

    Just a suggestion: forget getting a B&W specific enlarger - the extra cost of one with a colour head is minimal and it's so much easier to use for B&W, as others have pointed out, by dialing in the VC settings. The diffusion head of a colour enlarger will also help to reduce the effects of the inevitable occasional scratches on your negatives compared to the the sharp, all-revealing light of a condenser based B&W enlarger ...


    Good hunting. Cheers, Bob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TPPhotog
    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
    Never mind... I eased the pain by winning this today...

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...e=STRK:MEWN:IT

    yes it's old... but it works, and best of all it's shiny!


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