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Special order item
- Order number: K4425
- Weight (kg): 13.4
Product information Kaiser VP 3505 B&W enlarger up to 24x36mm
|Product type (b&w/color):||universal|
Kaiser B&W enlarger VP 3505 SYSTEM-V for ambitious lab work.
With this enlarger you can produce formats up to a size of 24 x 36 cm and use lenses with a 50 mm focal length. The system can be converted for formats up to 6 x 9 cm. The negative carrier has an AN glass upper with a 24 x 36 mm format mask underneath. Adjustable lamp head with an integrated 75 W opal lamp. The device has a removable compound negative carrier with interchangeable inserts, adjustable masking strips, adjustable film stops and grid pins.
There is a high-quality exchangeable double condenser system fitted in the lamp head. Unlike the 350 system, this device has a built-in filter drawer. The lens stage is equipped with a spirit level for optimum adjustment and a red filter. It can also be tilted for distortion correction according to the Scheimpflug principle. There is a quick change attachment for the lens. The height can be adjusted by a hand crank-operated friction drive on plastic bearings. The wide, vibration-resistant, matte-black column is made of anodized aluminum tubing. The column has both a cm scale and an inch scale. The baseboard is matte-gray, laminated and has individually height-adjustable feet. With the VP3505 System-V, wall and floor projections are also possible.
• black and white enlarger for 24 x 36 mm format and lenses with a focal length up to 50 mm.
• can be converted for sizes up to 6 x 9 cm.
• compound negative carrier has an AN glass upper with a 24 x 36 mm format mask underneath.
• baseboard (W x D x H): approx. 450 x 500 x 28 mm
• lamp: Opal lamp 75 W, E 27
• power cable: approx. 2.50 m
• filter drawer: 85 x 85 cm
• column (H x W x D): approx. 1000 x 70 x 35 mm
• distance between optical axis and column base: approx. 220 mm Can be converted into a copy stand. Includes: Compound negative carrier and dust hood, lens not included.