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Old January 18th 04, 04:12 AM
AK
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Durst L1000 4x5 Enlarger w/Aristo Cold Light Source

The professional photo enlarger up to 4 x 5 in.

The L 1000 is a professional enlarger which, in terms of its print quality
and scope, leaves nothing to be desired. The basic unit can be equipped with
various lighting systems, depending on the particular application. It is
currently configured with an Aristo cold light source with stabilizer power
supply. It also comes with a condenser lighting system and opal light source
and various condensing lenses for 35mm, medium format, and 4x5.

The L 1000 is designed for film formats up to 4 x 5 in (10.2 x 12.7 cm) and
satisfies all possible demands made by professional users - however high
they might be - relating to the production of quality prints in colour and
black-and-white. This enlarger is currently configured for black & white
use.

The baseboard of the L 1000 basic unit can cope with enlargements up to a
maximum print size of 50 x 70 cm (193/4 x 271/2 in). The unit is equipped
with a stable profiled column, a large, rugged baseboard, the main body and
a professional film holder (including two glass plates - included).

The handgrip has a twin function for fast and fine adjustment of the height
of enlarger head. A counterweight spring ensures effortless movement. The
magnification scales are given in cm and inches on the column for precise
referencing.

The hard-wearing, metal film carrier has been manufactured to meet the
demands of professional users, and is equipped with steplessly adjustable
masking strips, register pins and glass plates.

The lens is focussed by a rotating knob, and there is a pull-out extension
arm for larger magnifications. Double-sided guide rails on the lens carrier
ensure better edge-to-edge sharpness.

The enlarger head can be pivoted steplessly up to 90° for wall projection.
The lens carrier also pivots to permit full rectification according to the
Scheimpflug principle. Reference scales ensure exact reproducibility.

A photo of the enlarger:
http://earthfilms.netfirms.com/sales/durst_L1000.jpg

I also have large trays and tongs, chemicals, etc.

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Old January 18th 04, 06:47 PM
Craig Schroeder
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What part of the country are you in? Lens/mounts included? Thanks.

On Sun, 18 Jan 2004 03:12:24 GMT, "AK"
wrote:

Durst L1000 4x5 Enlarger w/Aristo Cold Light Source

The professional photo enlarger up to 4 x 5 in.

The L 1000 is a professional enlarger which, in terms of its print quality
and scope, leaves nothing to be desired. The basic unit can be equipped with
various lighting systems, depending on the particular application. It is
currently configured with an Aristo cold light source with stabilizer power
supply. It also comes with a condenser lighting system and opal light source
and various condensing lenses for 35mm, medium format, and 4x5.

The L 1000 is designed for film formats up to 4 x 5 in (10.2 x 12.7 cm) and
satisfies all possible demands made by professional users - however high
they might be - relating to the production of quality prints in colour and
black-and-white. This enlarger is currently configured for black & white
use.

The baseboard of the L 1000 basic unit can cope with enlargements up to a
maximum print size of 50 x 70 cm (193/4 x 271/2 in). The unit is equipped
with a stable profiled column, a large, rugged baseboard, the main body and
a professional film holder (including two glass plates - included).

The handgrip has a twin function for fast and fine adjustment of the height
of enlarger head. A counterweight spring ensures effortless movement. The
magnification scales are given in cm and inches on the column for precise
referencing.

The hard-wearing, metal film carrier has been manufactured to meet the
demands of professional users, and is equipped with steplessly adjustable
masking strips, register pins and glass plates.

The lens is focussed by a rotating knob, and there is a pull-out extension
arm for larger magnifications. Double-sided guide rails on the lens carrier
ensure better edge-to-edge sharpness.

The enlarger head can be pivoted steplessly up to 90° for wall projection.
The lens carrier also pivots to permit full rectification according to the
Scheimpflug principle. Reference scales ensure exact reproducibility.

A photo of the enlarger:
http://earthfilms.netfirms.com/sales/durst_L1000.jpg

I also have large trays and tongs, chemicals, etc.

MAKE OFFER!


 




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