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    Posted 7 years ago

    Grayfur1
    (16 items)

    Hello all,
    I'm asking for some help identifying what I have here. There were several of these in a box of parts I purchased from a long time Photography studio. All are the same size, with different size cut out openings. There is no marking on the item. The small boxes were sealed with tape labeled "DURST PHOTOTECHNIK".
    Any help is appreciated

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    1. Grayfur1, 7 years ago
      Thanks Riply206, now if I can just find out what part of the enlarger it is I'll know what I have. Regards
    2. rniederman rniederman, 7 years ago
      This is a carrier to hold roll film. An individual image would be centered within the opening. Durst and other companies made different carriers for various film format sizes. Measuring the rectangular opening will help you figure out which roll film was used for each carrier.

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