Durst M707 Enlarger manual.

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Good morning,

Does anyone have a user manual for a Durst M707 colour enlarger that they wouldn't mind scanning a copy to me please?
 
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Thank you but I'd hoped that someone had one lying around.
 
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Can't find one anywhere, there's one for the ac707 but I don't think that's any help.
 
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It doesn't look much different to a 605 or a 600 for that matter, they're all double condenser machines, do you want a manual just to have one or is there something particular to the 707 you can't figure out, it won't be much different to use than any other Durst condenser enlarger from the same family/price point/era :)
 

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Rein - if you wish to reply to this thread, type your reply in the box at the bottom of the screen and press the "post reply" button.

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Hello, I am sorry that I answered in an incorrect way. I guess that I have figured out how to answer to athread now: by clicking "qote" (?). Thanks for the help!
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Hello, I am sorry that I answered in an incorrect way. I guess that I have figured out how to answer to athread now: by clicking "qote" (?). Thanks for the help!
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Hi Rein, welcome to TP and the best bit, F&C. You can reply by using Quote, or by just typing into the box where the quote would have appeared.

Are you a frequent film user?
 
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Hi Chris, No, Around 10 years ago, I have switched to "digital". But I still have this beautiful Durst M707. I have offered it for free in several places, but nobody seems interested.
 

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:O

If it can enlarge 5x4 B&W frames and is desk mounted rather than free standing, then let's talk :D
 

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Fron all I've been able to find, I think that the 707 only goes up to 6x7; my M805 goes up to 6x8 so I suspect you might be out of luck.
 

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