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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself to the PHOTRIO Community' started by k3nly, Feb 22, 2018.

  1. k3nly

    k3nly Member

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    I'm based in Utah, USA. Been doing photography since 1969. Shoot 35 mm up to 5x7 film. At present I'm looking for a replacement light head for my Beseler 45MCRX enlarger. The green tube is not working in my Zone VI Variable Contrast head so am in search of a working condition Aristo VCL 4500 with power supply or a working Zone VI 45 variable contrast head. Configured for USA electrical supply. Info welcomed from anybody... Thanks!
    Have a great day,
    Ken
     
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    Can not help with the enlarger light, but welcome to Photrio (Apug).
     
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    Can't help with your search, but welcome to a great group of photographers!
     
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    Hello Ken, and welcome to Photrio. I've photographed several areas in your beautiful state numerous times. I have a long time friend who lives in Koosharem.......:cool:
     
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    Astro use to make replacements for the tubes, but they got bought out by another company which I can not remember their name. But there was a women there that got them to start making the grids again, that was a few years ago, some one will come up with the name I'm sure.
     
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