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    moved to correct group rec.photo.equipment.film+labs

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    Default Durst Enlargers....M-600 and M-601

    I have never developed the first picture; but, when I had the opportunity
    to purchase two Durst Enlargers, I took advantage of a good deal, thinking
    I could set one up for 35mm and one for Medium format..
    My questions are: What is the difference between these two enlargers?
    And, which of the two would be considered the better and more versatile
    model. I saw something about a CLS Color head for the 601; but, missed out
    on it because I didn't know if I needed it. All help will be appreciated.
    Jim Curtis

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    Jim Guest

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    I'm really curious -- How does a photographic enalrger, an optical and film system, relate
    to Digital SLR cameras and periphery ?

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    Dave




    "Jim Curtis via PhotoKB.com" <com> wrote in message
    news:com...
    | I have never developed the first picture; but, when I had the opportunity
    | to purchase two Durst Enlargers, I took advantage of a good deal, thinking
    | I could set one up for 35mm and one for Medium format..
    | My questions are: What is the difference between these two enlargers?
    | And, which of the two would be considered the better and more versatile
    | model. I saw something about a CLS Color head for the 601; but, missed out
    | on it because I didn't know if I needed it. All help will be appreciated.
    | Jim Curtis
    |
    | --
    | Message posted via http://www.photokb.com


    David Guest

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    On Fri, 18 Feb 2005 02:25:39 GMT, "David H. Lipman"
    <DLipman~nospam~Verizon.Net> wrote:
     

    Those enlargers certainly don't, but wasn't there a digital enlarger
    that allowed people to put digital images onto photographic paper?
    Seems like I heard about one some time ago. I don't know how it
    functioned. Some of the people doing black and white work were
    talking about it, because you can still do images on archival papers.
    -Rich
    RichA Guest

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    Default Re: Durst Enlargers....M-600 and M-601

    These are similar enlargers, made in Italy of very high quality.

    The difference between the two is that the M-601 will also handle the
    various digital RAW image formats, while the M-600 is limited to the
    usual TIFFs, JPGs, BMPs, etc.

    On Thu, 17 Feb 2005 23:49:23 GMT, "Jim Curtis via PhotoKB.com"
    <com> wrote:
     

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