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Enlarging medium format film.

Discussion in 'Everything Film' started by Craig Vanrooy, Sep 1, 2016.

  1. Craig Vanrooy

    Craig Vanrooy Active Member

  2. Craig Vanrooy

    Craig Vanrooy Active Member

    Cheers all for the replies.

    I Can't believe that between all the enlargers we have none are capable of 6x9!

    Currently have my eye on a Durst U70 - apparently it has a universal carrier that is suitable for 35mm up to 120 6x9's.....

    Saying that, I'm still undecided as to keep shooting in medium format. As we have all the equipment for 35mm debating getting a Contax II....
  3. neilt3

    neilt3 Well-Known Member

    I have an old DeVere 54 , it an enlarger for 5" x 4" negatives , using the negative holder with the glass in place it easy to make a mask for using any smaller film size in it .
    It was hard to track one down local , but cheap to buy .
  4. Malcolm_Stewart

    Malcolm_Stewart Well-Known Member

    Hi Craig,
    Where are you based? Anywhere close to Milton Keynes?
    I think I've got a 6x9 Gnome Beta upstairs. And, it's time I started lowering my ownership of enlargers!
  5. Craig Vanrooy

    Craig Vanrooy Active Member

    Ironically, whilst I was born there I now live in Warrington. so a bit too far out unfortunatly.

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