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    Quote Originally Posted by Travis Nunn View Post
    Just a note about the Omega 4x5 enlarger I mentioned a few posts up, it's still available. If you're several hours from the Richmond, Va area, I may be willing to meet you halfway if you want this enlarger. I don't want to take it to the landfill but I do need to get rid of it.
    What model? is it a condenser or color head?

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    Free Omega B22 B66 C-67 lensboard 32mm

    As the title suggests, it's a nonthreaded twist lock flat lensboard in 32mm, a size for which I don't have any lenses.

    Free shipping in the United States, PM me for a quote if you're elsewhere, but it won't be much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsurit View Post
    Yashica on it's way to a new home. Bill Barber
    Hi Bill,
    My daugther reports that her first roll of film through the Yashica looks great. It was a little sluggish when we unpacked it, but with a little exercise, the shutter and aperture(s) freed up nicely. It probably needs a CLA, but for now, it just seems to appreciate a little attention.
    Thank you so much. You have definitely contributed to keeping another young person committed to film.
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    Omega B22 B66 C-67 lensboard 32mm is gone

    Quote Originally Posted by ignatiu5 View Post
    As the title suggests, it's a nonthreaded twist lock flat lensboard in 32mm, a size for which I don't have any lenses.

    Free shipping in the United States, PM me for a quote if you're elsewhere, but it won't be much.
    32mm board is off to a new home.

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    Loader spoken for alredy. IF not Ill take it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Travis Nunn View Post
    Just a note about the Omega 4x5 enlarger I mentioned a few posts up, it's still available. If you're several hours from the Richmond, Va area, I may be willing to meet you halfway if you want this enlarger. I don't want to take it to the landfill but I do need to get rid of it.

    If it hasn't sold yet, might I suggest offering it up for parts as others have done before throwing it out altogether? Nominal-fee-plus-shipping type of thing? I got a filter holder from 5stringdeath for a tenth of what some on the auction site are listing for.

    Sure, it means a bit more work for you packing parts, but USPS online postage and package pick up cuts a lot of time & effort. Saves the enlarger from the landfill and adds to the film community. Anyway, just a thought. I for one might be interested in the variable condenser unit if it's a D2V.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ignatiu5 View Post
    If it hasn't sold yet, might I suggest offering it up for parts as others have done before throwing it out altogether? Nominal-fee-plus-shipping type of thing? I got a filter holder from 5stringdeath for a tenth of what some on the auction site are listing for.

    Sure, it means a bit more work for you packing parts, but USPS online postage and package pick up cuts a lot of time & effort. Saves the enlarger from the landfill and adds to the film community. Anyway, just a thought. I for one might be interested in the variable condenser unit if it's a D2V.
    I am in Reston Virginia. I contacted and left a message at Glen Echo's Photo Works www.glenechophotoworks.org to see if they are interested. If so, I can arrange to pick the enlarger up and bring it to them.

    Steve
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    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Travis Nunn View Post
    Just a note about the Omega 4x5 enlarger I mentioned a few posts up, it's still available. If you're several hours from the Richmond, Va area, I may be willing to meet you halfway if you want this enlarger. I don't want to take it to the landfill but I do need to get rid of it.
    Sorry for being so late in posting this, but the enlarger has been spoken for
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    I was cleaning out an old camera bag and found the following.
    I don't think I'll ever use it so its free to the first to respond.

    1-3 36 exp. rolls Kodachrome 25 (dated 1978)
    2-2 36 exp. rolls Kodachrome 64 (date unknown. IIRC early to middle 1990s?)
    3-1 24 exp. roll Kodachrome 64 (as above)
    4-1 24 exp. roll Kodachrome 200 (as above)
    5-5 20 exp. rolls Ektachrome 160 ( tungsten balanced) (1978)

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    largely, I'll take it.

    I've got a few friends who wanted to try Kodachrome. This would be great way to try a roll or two before its gone.



 

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