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.
Reviewed by 1 customers
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.