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Kodak Flourolite 35MM Enlarger
Old 08-08-2015   #1
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Kodak Flourolite 35MM Enlarger

I hope this posting is not untoward.

Once used by the Wausau, WI newspaper. It is steel, and the base is a steel box, with storage for paper and whatever.

It also has a custom lens board that will accept Nikkor enlarging lens threads etc.

It is all quite nice. Not selling but.

I will "award" it to a person or school doing traditional printing for insured UPS shipping costs, carefully packed etc.

I still shoot film, but as many others, have gone to digital printing for various reasons.

This machine is too "kewl" to be trashed and collect dust, seriously.
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Nice offer!

Here is a link for more info on the enlarger

http://www.bnphoto.org/bnphoto/KodakCoollight.htm
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Sorry for tardy response. Appreciate the data...it is a beauty and even thought of using as lamp in some way but such a waste. One still does darkroom art, this is a perfect match. I had a 6x6 version and passed it on years ago. Thanks again.
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