5x7 enlargers?

Discussion in 'Large Format' started by dan_brittain, May 8, 2000.

  1. Where can I find info on these? New or used. Thanks
     
  2. Check out Glennview at http://www.photomall.com/gecont.htm.
     
  3. Dan,

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    I have an old Omega E-4 which is Omegas 5x7 enlarger series. I have
    been able to find parts and things from Harry Taylor at Classic
    Enlargers. He deals mostly in D series enlargers but may be able to
    help. The E is for the most part a D series just half again as big.
     
  4. One 5x7 enlarger still made is the Zone VI sold by Calumet. The
    various light sources are fluorescent cold lights best suited for B&W
    work. Comments I have seen on the net indicate that there are two
    versions, with the newer one having better light uniformity for 5x7.
     
  5. Calumet Photographic carries a new 5x7 enlarger by Omega with a
    Dichro head. If I remember correctly the price is around $2500-
    3000. The chasis seem to be the same as the one on the D-6
    enlarger. it is not listed on their website, but I do hava catelogue
    that contain the enlarger. I will forward the calumet product number
    to you in a few days.

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    www.calumetphoto.com

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    good luck
     
  6. Just sold Kodak 5 X 7 enlarger. Have Eastman Anastigmat 7 1/2 in 4.6
    enlarging lens on board w/3 difusion lenses & 1 diffusion disk.

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    Make offer. Collecting dust in garage.
     
  7. i purchased a 5 x 7 Elwood enlarger ( diffusion ) from photographic
    systems in new mexico I paid $400.00 with lens. It is excellent. I
    now print 20 x 24 in my laundry room |darkroom. A cold light (arist)
    is available to fit from B + H . You shuold look for one of these
    for sure.
     
  8. Check out http://www.odyssey-sales.com/
    for the Devere 507.

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    The Durst L138 is supposed to be of similar quality...
    Look at
    http://www.photomall.com/gedurst.htm
     

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