From: Mitch Valburg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 05/15/00-08:42:26 PM Z
At 05:42 PM 5/14/00 -0700, you wrote:
> >garimo wrote:
> >> I have this old 5x7 enlarger... and when I print something that is
> >> 16x20 or larger, I have a hard time reaching up to focus and seeing
> >> into the grain finder.
Bob Mitchell, a writer for one of the photo magazines, invented and marketed (a long time ago, but not on the market now AFAIK) a grain focuser for just this circumstance: it was about 2 feet tall, and rested on a point rather than a stable base. I don't recall what it was called other than that it was the "Mitchell _______ grain focuser." You could probably, with some electronic legwork, find a used one to buy.
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