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    Re: Elwood enlarger

    Thanks yes it came with the glass plates, When my 5x7 film arrives I will sacrifice one sheet and make some scratches on it in the corners and the center. Mean while the wax paper sounds like a good idea might not even need to trash a piece of film.

  2. #32

    Re: Elwood enlarger

    Tried scratching unexposed neg with fine point and it work ,made the job simple.
    Thanks everybody

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    Re: Elwood enlarger

    I have both 5x7 and 8x10 Elwoods in my darkroom. On the 5x7 I use a 131mm Repromaster lens, and on my 8x10 I use a 180mm Repromaster. These lenses will cover the negatives and,because of their short focal lengths give much larger prints on the baseboard. Ihave printed 30"x40" prints on my 8x10 Elwood. I know I have done 20"x24" prints on my 5x7, but I don't remember if I tried anything larger.

  4. #34

    Re: Elwood enlarger

    The special center filter is critical to good performance. I tried to make one for the Elwood I had - then I got an Omega E.

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    Re: Elwood enlarger

    CF can be made just as OE

    Glad you opted for the very rare E



    Quote Originally Posted by Chauncey Walden View Post
    The special center filter is critical to good performance. I tried to make one for the Elwood I had - then I got an Omega E.
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