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  1. #11

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    Definately a D2, I have the exact same one, except the Prev. Owner puta dichro head on it. Definately post up some details on the lens!! Neat!.

  2. #12

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    maybe it is part of a tray-rocker ...

  3. #13

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    Here are some better pictures of the enlargers and the labels on them:











    Then here are some closeups of the lens from the portrait camera:






  4. #14

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    The Commercial Ektars are fairly common lenses. They do have a good reputation, and yours being hard-coated makes it more desirable. The condition of the glass and whether or not the shutter is working will be the price determiners. If the coating on the front element is badly scratched, its value will decrease. Condition is everything.

    Peter Gomena

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    Some things to look for on the Elwood are the presence of an un-broken glass diffuser, a negative carrier and intact (non-leaking) bellows.

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    The item in the fifth picture of the original set, fourth one in the last set (in the background, next to the Elwood) is almost certainly a copy stand; the two bars on the mini-ball-heads are for photofloods, and the markings on the baseboard are for centering of different sized originals. From the looks of the column, it is not a factory item, but very stout. It would be reasonably valuable to someone who really needed one (and lived close by---it looks pretty heavy) and pretty much worthess to anyone else.

  7. #17

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    great find. where are you? i sent you a PM
    photoshop is somewhere you go to buy photo equipment.


    lens photos here

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