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    Re: Model name of your large format enlarger please

    From left to right: Zone VI 5x7" type 2 with Zone VI/Calumet LED head, Dunco 67-II with Heiland LED head (6x7cm enlarger), Beseler 45 MXT with Zone VI VC cold light head. Apo-Componon 150mm, Apo-Rodagon N 90mm, Apo-Rodagon N 150mm.
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    Re: Model name of your large format enlarger please

    Aristo 5x7 diffusion w/cold light; Beseler 4x5 MX? w/Oriental VC head and probe.

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    Re: Model name of your large format enlarger please

    elwood 5x7 and Omega d-2 4x5

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    Re: Model name of your large format enlarger please

    Pictures are a good idea!

    Quote Originally Posted by Arne Croell View Post
    From left to right: Zone VI 5x7" type 2 with Zone VI/Calumet LED head, Dunco 67-II with Heiland LED head (6x7cm enlarger), Beseler 45 MXT with Zone VI VC cold light head. Apo-Componon 150mm, Apo-Rodagon N 90mm, Apo-Rodagon N 150mm.
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    Re: Model name of your large format enlarger please

    Omega D2V. Treats me very well.


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    The sun..o contact print 8x10 platinum or aristotypes

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    Re: Model name of your large format enlarger please

    Of which is currently being used by a friend on a optical table for scientific work. As a 4x5 enlarging lens it is beyond overkill. At 2x the optical performance of the Goerz Magnar far exceeds any B&W print paper to absolute pointless excess. Best aperture for the Goerz Magnar is f8.

    Fave 4x5 print making lens is the 180mm APO Nikkor, it is excellent in every way. Fave for 5x7_13x18cm is are the two Goerz APO Artars they equal the APO Nikkor in print making capability and performance. Enlargement-magnification ratio for sheet film never exceeds 4x.



    Bernice


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    A 6" Goerz Magnar, I have to say in all sincerity that I am very impressed.
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    Re: Model name of your large format enlarger please

    I need to make a light for exposing 8x10 contact prints. I have many 8x10 negs from 25 years ago to print. I am thinking Lomida souped in Ansco 130 to start. I'm also thinking about using the box to split filter 8x10 contact print with fibre VC paper. I do have a set of large Multigrade filters I bought for this purpose.

    Also maybe an Omega E6 with Omegalite head. About time I got busy with my 5x7 Norma.............. I have all the big chrome Componons up to 360mm.

    I'm totally comfortable using graded paper, right now I prefer it.

    16x20 is as big as I will ever go.
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    Re: Model name of your large format enlarger please

    Two Zone VI Type II enlargers: one 5x7 and one 8x10. The 5x7 has a Type I motorized focus control adapted to the Type II enlarger.

    RH Designs Stop Clock Vario F-stop timers for each enlarger.

    I have all the Componon-S enlarging lenses from 50mm to 300mm.

    Saunders 11x14 and 20x24 easels and Salt Hill 16x20 easel.
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    Re: Model name of your large format enlarger please

    Arne,

    What is the object that looks like a white cylinder coming out of the side of the Zone VI enlarger?


    Quote Originally Posted by Arne Croell View Post
    From left to right: Zone VI 5x7" type 2 with Zone VI/Calumet LED head, Dunco 67-II with Heiland LED head (6x7cm enlarger), Beseler 45 MXT with Zone VI VC cold light head. Apo-Componon 150mm, Apo-Rodagon N 90mm, Apo-Rodagon N 150mm.
    Keith Pitman

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