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please, contact me on e-mail: andersbq(at)

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Technical info: Pentax MX, SMC-P 50mm/1.4. Fuji Neopan 1600 (EI 640) developed in D-76 1+1, 7 min (3 inversions every 30 sec). Fujimoto G70, El-Nikkor 50/2.8, Forte Polywarmtone FB in Neutol WA.

3 responses to “Contact

  1. Hello,

    I’ve discovered your site as I was looking for information about enlarger Fujimoto G70. Someone is selling one not too far from my place (I live in Brussels) and I was wandering if it’s worth a visit or not. My idea is to keep using a 35mm camera I did buy last year and as I have no more access to film scanner, I’d like to give a try with home printing.

    Your pictures do encourage me to take that direction (although I know it’s not an easy discipline), hence, if you have time, I’d be happy to hear your feedback
    with the Fujimoto? Is there anything I should specifically look at? Can we find easily bulb for replacement?

    Thanks in advance for your answers.
    Best regards.

    • Hello Philippe!

      You should definately consider the Fujimoto G70. You can easily switch between a diffusion or condensor system, depending on how pronounced you want your grain. The enlarger takes negatives up to the 6×7 format, so a 50 mm and a 80 mm lens is handy to have. The focusing knob is smooth and there’s a fine tuning knob too that I like a lot. The whole system is easy to take apart to store, or to clean. I haven’t replaced the light bulb yet, but I wouldn’t be too worried about that: I replaced the light bulb for my Super-8 projector the other day and that projector is from the early 70’s! … and having eBay and the internet around, it shouldn’t be too difficult to find a bulb replacement.
      I hope that helps! Please, let me know if you go for the Fujimoto!



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