Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn View Post
I just think in the long run, buying a larger frame will save you money -- you won't have to buy a larger frame in the future, and the larger frame in handy to use for 8x10.

Vaughn
I agree. My first contact frame was an old Kodak 14x17, which I used for 5x7 and 8x10. Then, Durn, didn't I go out and buy a 7x17? Whaddayaknow--that fits, too!

Beware the glass: much new glass is UV resistant--you'll have 1 hour exposures with that stuff. Bubbles and scratches will grace every print. Inspect that glass, and trust no one.