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    Re: Lets See Your Darkroom

    [QUOTE=Brianr;1618830]
    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Rolph View Post
    I thought some people here might be interested in the darkroom at my high school. The Beseler 45 on the left is mine, now taken home as I am graduating and moving to university.

    IMG_20210513_095826 by Bill, on Flickr

    I didn't know the Beseler 4x5 was available on a non motorized frame?
    Me either! Is that a 4x5 on a 23C carriage??

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    Re: Lets See Your Darkroom

    [QUOTE=Duolab123;1618831]
    Quote Originally Posted by Brianr View Post

    Me either! Is that a 4x5 on a 23C carriage??
    Nope, Duolab...it's a Beseler 45H like I have. Near as I can figure, this was Beseler's economy 4 X 5 model back in the late 1950's-early 1960's. Uses a 23C frame and the head assembly from a 4 x 5 model. Kind of a Beseler Frankenstein..

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    Re: Lets See Your Darkroom

    [QUOTE=MrFujicaman;1618834]
    Quote Originally Posted by Duolab123 View Post

    Nope, Duolab...it's a Beseler 45H like I have. Near as I can figure, this was Beseler's economy 4 X 5 model back in the late 1950's-early 1960's. Uses a 23C frame and the head assembly from a 4 x 5 model. Kind of a Beseler Frankenstein..
    Thats pretty interesting. I wonder if you could make a DIY version of this. Speaking as someone who's Beseler 45 motor fried itself and I would rather wall mount it like that anyways.

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    Re: Lets See Your Darkroom

    Domaz...that 45 H is on a baseboard...

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    Re: Lets See Your Darkroom

    Quote Originally Posted by MrFujicaman View Post
    Domaz...that 45 H is on a baseboard...
    Ah I see now. It does look a bit more compact than a conventional Beseler 45 at least, but not needing a motor would at least solve one of my dilemmas.

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