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How do I know if the condenser is included? Click to expand The condenser is housed in a plastic box that is inserted above the negative holder. You should receive two condensers. The smaller one Siriocon 50 is only suitable for 35mm; the larger Siriocon 80 one can do 35 and but will result in longer exposure times for 35mm than the smaller condenser. The smaller condenser is unsuitable for The M is a nice enlarger.
I have a and M The is slightly more plasticcy in places, but they both have similar column mechanisms. You need to make sure the column holds properly and that there are no missing teeth in the rack which is on the column and that the pinion gears are in good condition.
They are plastic so can be damaged if misused. The recommended W bulbs are starting to get tricky to find though. For 35mm I tend to use the Sivoma 35 and Sixma 35 mask pair. The M is modular and you can also swap out the BW head for a colour head which uses diffusers rather than condensers Again there are two sizes and you should ensure you get both unless you only use one format.
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The point is that even with the greater temperature-rise characteristic of Quartz-iodine lamps, temperatures remain the same and no danger to the negative will result. Printing times were somewhat long, however. We suggest that every care be taken not to produce overly dense negatives if this enlarger is to be used. Keep your camera exposures right on the button and be careful about processing times as well, or reciprocity printing limits may well be exceeded, resulting in off-color prints. Nevertheless, the Durst M plus the CLS 35 color head represents an ideal answer for the darkroom worker requiring a capable, low-cost color enlarger. It is not a substitute for the big professional color machine, but it certainly brings a high level of sophistication to amateur color printing at a reasonable cost.