User Name Remember Me? Hi Can anyone help? I have just bought a second hand enlarger but it came without a manual. So I need help setting it up and instructions on how to use it properly! Many thanks. Tony Marlow.
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LPL C 7700 MX printed manual
Discussion in ' Darkroom Equipment ' started by Jerevan , Jul 17, Share This Page. Thread Tools. Jul 17, 1. Messages: 2, The reason I am wondering is that I may have to source another transformer for the LPL colour enlarger.
LPL 7700 6x7 Dichroic Colour Enlarger Instruction Manual
It will accept all standard negative sizes from 16mm to 6x7cm. It also features illuminated colour coded filtration readouts for easy adjustment in the darkroom, with maximum filter densities of yellow, magenta and cyan. The column height is cm, allowing you to make an impressive 20 x 24inch print on the baseboard with a 6x7 negative and 80mm lens using an oversized easel. Should this not be large enough, there are various other options open to you: you can either loosen the lock nut or tilt the head to project onto a wall - or you can loosen the column lock nut and swivel it around ? If you find you need to correct the converging verticals, you can simply tilt the head and lens stage to create the desired effect.