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I am making moves to set up for colour printing from both medium format and 35mm. I notice that the Durst M605 is much sought after on ebay, but spotted an M707 which might be a better model. However I can't find any information on it except that it goes to 6x7. Does anyone know any useful facts here?
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I am making moves to set up for colour printing from both medium format and 35mm. I notice that the Durst M605 is much sought after on ebay, but spotted an M707 which might be a better model. However I can't find any information on it except that it goes to 6x7. Does anyone know any useful facts here?
I am sure that I have a durst sales brochure somewhere I will have a look for you. If I find it I will scan and post the information.
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I am sure that I have a durst sales brochure somewhere I will have a look for you. If I find it I will scan and post the information.
Thank you, that would be helpful
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Have found this site useful for descriptions and even manuals for enlargers - http://www.jollinger.com/photo/enlargers/
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Well done, David. That's a great resource of which I was completely unaware . Now bookmarked. Thanks

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Had a good look this morning, could not find my Durst enlarger brochure, it has dropped into the void It was not where I thought it was. Sorry.
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I am making moves to set up for colour printing from both medium format and 35mm. I notice that the Durst M605 is much sought after on ebay, but spotted an M707 which might be a better model. However I can't find any information on it except that it goes to 6x7. Does anyone know any useful facts here?
This is a link to the AC 707 model which may be of some use for general information.

http://darkroom.ru/info/manuals/durs...manual_eng.pdf

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Found it Durst M 707 scanned the same one twice wheres my glasses?
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Found it Durst M 707 scanned the same one twice wheres my glasses? The text chopped off at the end says the enlarger has the optional wall mounting brackets and copying accessories if required.
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See manuals section of FADU for the "full monty".
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