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Old 25th March 2019, 07:27 PM
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Hi, I am looking for 6x7 negative carrier for my Fujimoto G70 enlarger. Ebay is empty. Any suggestions please!?
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It may be worth asking Second-hand Darkroom supplies as they have lots of items not advertised on their site?
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People have often suggested on forums that they have made (sometimes crude but workable) negative carriers out of mounting board. Well worth a try if you can't find a proper one at the moment.

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People have often suggested on forums that they have made (sometimes crude but workable) negative carriers out of mounting board. Well worth a try if you can't find a proper one at the moment.

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I have found modelling plywood is quite good for this job. It comes in various thicknesses and in small sizes - modelling shops usually have stock.

It cuts easily with a craft knife and just needs finishing off with a very fine sandpaper. I usually finish mine off with a few coats of matt black paint.

The last one I made was a 6x9 neg set for my De Vere 504.

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I forgot to mention - mount board / card made neg carriers can be much improved by giving them a few coats of dilute PVA. It soaks into the card and when dry makes them quite durable. This treatment also kills all dust and fibers that may be present.

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Or bite the bullet and buy a second enlarger?

https://camera-house.co.uk/product/f...aphic-enlarger
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Or bite the bullet and buy a second enlarger?

https://camera-house.co.uk/product/f...aphic-enlarger

It is a super enlarger at that price but a tad expensive home made neg carrier

If I hadn't got my De Vere 203 I could well be tempted!

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It is a super enlarger at that price but a tad expensive home made neg carrier

If I hadn't got my De Vere 203 I could well be tempted!

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I must say, from the spec., it does sound quite an impressive machine.


And it's looking for a new home. So hopefully someone out there will be ready to give it some love?
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The g70 can also use the negative carrier from the Lucky Fujimoto 60M and the V70.
It is not compatible with the luck 70M and 90M, which I believe share the same negative carrier.

I have The 60M and the v70.

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Hi, I am looking for 6x7 negative carrier for my Fujimoto G70 enlarger. Ebay is empty. Any suggestions please!?


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