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    8X10 ENLARGER

    I am looking for 8x10 enlarger. Since I have limited budget, I don't think I can buy a new one, and also I am not sure which one to buy. The person I know is using Elwood enlarger, pretty small one, and it looks good for me. But, though I've been looking around many web sites for the enlarger, I could find not only the particular enlarger(elwood one) but other 8x10 enlargers. If anyone could give me any advice, I will be appreciated.

    ANAUSAGI

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    8X10 ENLARGER

    Why don't you visit PHOTO-GRAPHIC SYTEMS web site at www.pgsys.com/pgsys. They make 8x10 conversion kit for Beseler45 and Durst for $ 1,600 and sometimes offered 10x10 enl. for $2,000. Good luck.

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    8X10 ENLARGER

    I don't know where you're located, but I have found you an Elwood 8x10. Mark Hult in Ohio, has one listed on photonet. Mark's e-mail is hult@cinternet.net

    Good luck. Dick

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    Re: 8X10 ENLARGER

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    Re: 8X10 ENLARGER

    if you're anywhere near this one and it's still for sale, I'd hop in the car ASAP

    http://www.largeformatphotography.in...ad.php?t=71816
    notch codes ? I only use one film...

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    Re: 8X10 ENLARGER

    I have one listed here on this site, but it must be picked up and I live in central Florida.

    David G. Gagnon

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    Re: 8X10 ENLARGER

    You might consider making a horizontal enlarger out of an old 8 x 10 camera. I did it with my old Kodak 2d. You need to find a light source for it (I found a 10 x 10 cold light head), but after that, it's not very difficult at all.

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    Re: 8X10 ENLARGER

    Original post date: 1999.

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