Re: light source for very small prints?

From: Eric Maquiling ^lt;>
Date: 02/09/04-09:02:32 AM Z
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On 02/09 00:05, Michael Healy wrote:
> Eric, you've given up your search for an inexpensive 4x5?!?!?!? I'm seeing
> them all the time on eBay. They are a dime a dozen. And Brother, the price I

I know, I know :)!

Okay, here's the deal...I would not only need to get a 4x5, but I
would need to get a 4x5 daylight processor, film sleeves,, film
holders, better tripod (my Tiltall is the original made in Queens,
NY), polaroid holder (I would want to get one), 4x5 contact
frame.....see what I'm getting at.

And of course, if I get a 4x5, I'm going to want to replace my Beseler
23cII for a 4x5 version. And if you give me another cookie ......

No really, I want to do small now so that neeexxxxxt year, when the
prices are even lower, I would have a working knowledge on mixing
chemicals, lights, paper.

Small steps at a time for me. I just invested on a 16x20 Nova and
this year, I want to print some old negs to a larger size. That'll
take all year!
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