Omega/LPL 670CXL Black & White Photographic Condenser Enlarger for Negatives up to 6x7cm

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About Omega/LPL

Top of the line for medium format black-and-white
There's one word for black and white prints made on a condenser enlarger: "snappy". And none are more crisp than those printed on a 670CXL. Except for the lamphouse, it is identical to the dichroic model (lamphouses are interchangeable and available separately). Though primarily intended for B&W, the CXL is "color-ready" by using the built-in filter drawer to hold color correction (CC) filters or interchanging the lamphouse with a dichroic unit. Priced for the hobbyist, this incredibly rugged enlarger is widely used in schools and for commercial applications.

Omega/LPL Features

  • A triple condenser design guarantees uniform, corner-to-corner illumination. A lever-operated pressure plate indexes the carrier and keeps negatives flat.
  • A red safety filter is included with the CXL. The filter insert is removable, allowing the holder to be used for under-the-lens filters and accessories.
  • A filter drawer holds filters above the optical path. This eliminates the chance of degrading the image, a risk with under-the-lens filters.

Omega/LPL Specifications

Max. Film Format
2-1/4" x 2-3/4" (6x7cm)
Head Style
Triple B&W Condenser
Maximum Height
48"
Modular Head System
Dichroic Color Head, Variable Contrast/Constant Exposure Head
Baseboard Size
18 x 23"
Maximum print size on baseboard
17.6X (35mm negative, 50mm lens)
8.6X (6x6cm negative, 75mm lens)
Filter Drawer
Yes, 3.5 x 3.5" filters
Replacement Lamp
75W Opal Lamp (PH140)
Reversible Column
Yes
Wall Projection
Yes
Tilt/Shift Lens Stage
Yes
Voltage
120VAC, 50/60 Hz
Weight
26.3lbs

Reviews about this item

Reviewed by 1 customers

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good enlarger, recommended.

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from Albany, NY  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I needed an enlarger for a darkroom with a low ceiling. This fits the space and my requirements. A Besseler 23 was my first choice but it was too high for the room. I have no regrets in buying the LPL.

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