Color heads for Leitz enlargers: Leitz did not make a color head for their enlargers previous to the V-35. Leitz did offer adapters for some 3rd party manufacturer's color heads. Some Focomat enlargers came with filter drawers and were labeled color enlargers. All Leitz enlargers listed below may be used as color enlargers by placing filters inside the lamphouse above the condenser. Optically clear filters may be used underneath the lens.
LEITZ Ic 35mm ENLARGERS
The Leitz Focomat Ic has been the standard of the industry for decades. The enlarger is autofocus with Leitz 50mm lenses and most other 50mm lenses as well. The Ic was often found in newspaper darkrooms, where speed of operation was of utmost importance. I 1st discovered the Ic in a newspaper darkroom that had Beseler and Omega enlargers as well, but the Ic was everyone's 1st choice. Although some Ic enlargers came with taller columns and larger baseboards, all that I have in stock have 32" tall columns and 16X20" baseboards. Most Ic baseboards have easel clamping hardware for use with Leitz autofocus height easels. A copy of a Leitz instruction manual is included with your Ic enlarger.
Leitz Focomat 1c Color. A working illuminated magnification scale is on the left of the column. A working on/off switch is on the left side of the baseboard. A standard full frame 35mm negative carrier is included. A 50mm F4.5 Leitz focotar lens, lens extension tube, and red filter are included. A helical focusing stop is included for the default in-focus position. The 8X10 Leitz easel has been sold; a full complement of easel locking hardware is included. The red filter has been sold. The baseboard mounted switch is working. 32" column, 16X20" oak baseboard. $1300.
Leitz Focomat 1c Color. A non working illuminated magnification scale is on the left of the column. A timer socket is on the right side of the column. A working on/off switch is on the left side of the baseboard. A standard full frame 35mm negative carrier is included. A 50mm F4.5 Leitz focotar lens, lens extension tube, and red filter are included. A helical focusing stop is included for the default in-focus position. The 8X10 Leitz easel has been sold; a full complement of easel locking hardware is included. The baseboard mounted switch is working. $1300.
Leitz Focomat Ic. This has been my personal enlarger for many years. I prefer the small natural oak baseboard and short column for the sake of compactness. Although the model with the large baseboard and tall column is worth more on the market, it is not worth more to you if you do not have the space for it or the need for it. I also like the color head for the sake of the dial in filtration for variable contrast B&W printing. This enlarger utilizes the Leitz condenser and provides a quality of light that is virtually identical to that of a standard Leitz lamphead. 32" column, 16X20" oak baseboard, negative carrier, lens extension tube, no lens (Virtually any 50mm Leica screw mount lens will work with it. I have enlarging lenses available separately. You may buy it with one of my personal empirically tested enlarging lenses.), with Cosar Mornick #395 80W 30V dichroic color head, convection cooled--no remote blower needed, with regulated power supply, uses readily available ELB quartz halogen bulb with built-in reflector, instructions. This head replaces both the top and bottom halves of the Leitz lamphouse, and is solidly attached in the same way the Leitz lamphouse was attached, with a retaining ring. This color head and an adapter for a different model Mornick color head are available separately; see below under 35mm Leitz enlarger accessories. A conventional Leitz lamphouse is listed below. $1000
LEITZ VALOY II 35mm ENLARGERS
Valoy II enlargers are simple, simply wonderful that is! Manual focus. Helical focus mount; no bellows to go bad. Quickly raise the head by squeezing the spring loaded hand grip or slowly adjust the height with a knob. In-line switch on the power cord. Baseboard about 15X18". 32" column height. The Valoy II enlarger is the only Leitz enlarger that came with an Anti-Newtonring condenser. The Valoy II enlarger was also available with a clear condenser. A copy of a Leitz instruction manual is included with your Valoy II enlarger.
Late dark grey Leitz Valoy II with Anti-Newtonring condenser. Included is a vintage Osram short neck 75W enlarging bulb. Full frame 35mm negative carrier included. $1100.
LEITZ POINT LIGHT SOURCE ENLARGER
GLENNVIEW CUSTOMIZED VALOY II. If you are shooting B&W in a world awash in color........If you are shooting film in a digital age.........then you want to be printing the best images possible and those are point light source images. Here is a PLS enlarger that I put together from Leitz components--customized where necessary. The lens is not a Leitz lens. It is a far superior lens--see the listing below for the lens. The lens is included, but is also available separately--and it is the only such lens that I have left, so if the lens sells separately, then this PLS enlarger is no longer available because it is based upon this lens. The 6 level power supply is by Nuarc and includes a timer. A new-in-box point light source bulb is included. $1500.
65mm F3.5 Computar dL, coated, 39mm threads, purchased from distributor, Darkroom Photography magazine (volume 5, number six) rated this lens as good as lenses get at large and small magnifications, may be used wide open, for 35mm, NEW-IN-PLASTIC-CASE. Last one available. $700. Note: Sold one of these recently to a customer who said it outperformed his 63mm Apo El Nikkor.
LENSES AND EXTENSION TUBES for LEITZ ENLARGERS
Leitz 50mm F4.5 Leitz Focotar. There is a matchead size spot of fungus on the outside edge of the rear element that will not affect the performance when stopped down to f8, which is where you want to print with these lenses. Otherwise clean. $100. I have another one with about 2mm of haze around the perimeter of the lens that will not affect the performance when stopped down to f8. $75.
Leitz 50mm F3.5 Leitz Elmar lens. Some cleaning scratches. Performance will be little affected. $50.
Leitz DMUOO 17672 Summicron adapter and extention tube. Adapts Summicron camera lens to Leitz enlarger or Visoflex. Leitz recommends the Summicron for large enlargments. $100.
Leitz 17675 standard Leica screw mount extention tube required on the 1c enlarger for use with most all 50mm Leica screw mount enlarging lenses from the Leitz Focotar to the Nikon El Nikkor. If memory serves me correctly, this is also called DOORX. $75.
ANTI-NEWTONRING accessories for LEITZ ENLARGERS
Leitz anti-Newtonring filter with spacer. This slips over the bottom of the condenser and rests upon the film with no air space between. Leitz anti-Newtonring glass is the finest quality. The spacer is required for the Leitz 1c only; it goes underneath the condenser inside the well that the condenser slips down into from above. The spacer is the thickness of the filter glass and allows the condenser with the filter to properly align with the film atop the negative carrier. The spacer is often not with the filter. $300 or $275 without the spacer.
Leitz anti-Newtonring spacer and film mask for 1c or Valoy II. This slips over the bottom of the condenser keeping the film from contacting the condenser with a minimum of space between. Shown here on a Valoy II clear condenser. With this item you may print without Newton rings with a clear condenser lens. RARE. $300.
35mm LEITZ ENLARGER NEGATIVE CARRIERS
Single sheet glass negative carrier. For those occasions when you want absolute film flatness. The condenser rests upon the film that rests upon the glass in this carrier. The window in this carrier is square. Masking tape has been applied to the bottom of the glass blocking stray light from a 35mm negative. $100.
The elusive 35mm full frame negative carrier. Leitz carriers allow printing of 35mm full frame from most Leitz negatives, at least, but with very little extra room. You have to very precisely position your negatives in a Leitz carrier. I make them from other carriers. As you can see, mine have a comfortable amount of room around the perimeter + rounded corners with a 1/64" radius. I milled out the carrier and blackened the brass window edges. As you can see, the end result looks factory made. Either the half frame or the robot carrier listed below would be an appropriate carrier to use for this purpose. $150 for the labor plus the price of the carrier. I can use your carrier.
FLAT HALF FRAME 35MM CARRIER. 18X24mm window. Note the missing film guide pin right rear. I have the pin; it will be included with the carrier, but not attached. RARE. $150.
ROBOT CAMERAS (and others) SQUARE FORMAT 24X24mm 35MM CARRIER. Note the shorter film guide pins; this is what is required for use with older Valoy enlargers like the one listed above. This carrier will fit the 1c and Valoy II as well. This would be an excellent choice for a GLENNVIEW custom full frame carrier. If you buy it for that purpose, I will knock $50 off the price. RARE. $100.
12X17MM CARRIER. For 16mm film, perhaps. The one still sealed in plastic, labeled 17517, has shorter film guide pins; this is what is required for use with older Valoy enlargers like the one listed above. This carrier will fit the 1c and Valoy II as well. Your choice, $100
Leitz double glass negative carriers for 1c, your choice, $100. These are typically used in conjunction with the Leitz perspective control hardware, but may be used as your standard carrier. The top carrier is is 53mm wide by 161mm long by 3.7mm thick. The bottom carrier is is 36mm wide by 120mm long by 2.7mm thick. One of each available with clean glass.
EASELS for LEITZ ENLARGERS
The best features of the Leitz easels are the perfect autofocus height for the Leitz enlarger, the ability to lock the easel in position on the baseboard and the guarantee that you will be able to fit the easel onto the baseboard and make the print you want without the easel's design getting in the way of the column or not sitting flat on the baseboard. You say you want a 4-bladed easel. Leitz enlargers are 4-bladed easels. Adjustable borders on the left and on the top of the easels + wide adjustable blades make for 4-bladed easels. Most other easels also work well on a Leitz enlarger. The very popular Saunders Omega easels work well on Leitz enlargers. I am partial to the Kodak easel with its felt covered base because it is gentle on the Leitz hardwood baseboard.
Leitz 12X16" easel, for virtually any enlarger, with dovetail grooves on bottom that work with the locking hardware on many Leitz enlargers. Adjustable width borders on 4 sides up to about 3". Complete with the required spacer ring (as illustrated below) for the Leitz 1c enlarger. UNCOMMON. $375.
Spacer ring, for use with Leitz 12X16" easel and Leitz 1c enlarger. I have had several of these easels over the years, but none came with the spacer ring. The Leitz 1c enlarger is designed to autofocus on the baseboard or on a 25mm high easel. The Leitz 12X16" easel is thicker than 25mm, so a spacer is required. The spacer goes where you see it for use with the Leitz 12X16" easel. It is made of aluminum, painted blue so you will not forget that it is there. RARE This is a GLENNVIEW product, available nowhere else. $75.
Leitz 4-BLADED 18X24cm or 7.375X9.375" METAL easel, for virtually any enlarger, with dovetail grooves on bottom that work with the locking hardware on the enlarger baseboards of many Leitz enlargers. The white surface of this easel is a thin sheet of plastic that rests upon a waffle faced metal surface. In several spots the thin plastic has been pushed into the hollows in the underneath metal surface. This does not affect the performance of the easel. Your paper and your grain focuser sit flat on the easel. This is one of the few Leitz metal easels and the only one in this size that I have ever seen. It has metric scales; it was probably made for the German market. RARE. $350.
Wallet size locking easel for Leitz enlargers. You will not find this anywhere else. A GLENNVIEW product. Decades ago I was photographing sorority girls, graduating nurses classes, etc. I would make wallet size prints and mount them all on a large board with the name of the organization; the end result was called a composite. This easel has a dovetail groove in the base and may be locked down on many Leitz enlargers. Locking down such a small and lightweight easel is essential. Leitz autofocus height. $65.
35mm LEITZ ENLARGER ACCESSORIES
New Osram 75 Watt enlarging bulbs, 2 available, $15 each. Additional bulbs are special order. Minimum order of 6 bulbs.
New Osram 150 Watt enlarging bulbs. Out of stock. Special order only. Minimum order of 6 bulbs. $15 each.
Vintage Osram 75 Watt enlarging bulbs. I have no way of knowing if they are used or not. All function well. 2 available, $50 each.
Leitz 1c head shell. Late model 3-wire heat resistant wire and endplug. Socket wire and endplug complete and in great condition. This late model version never had a rubber grommet at the top of the adjustable height bulb tube to go bad; it simply has a funnel like taper to the wire entrance hole. I have different endplugs if needed. The top half of this may be used on a Valoy II to provide bulb height positioning. Although the Valoy II has adjustment of the bulb socket in the horizontal plane, it does not have adjustable bulb height as does the Focomat 1c or the older Valoy. Modern enlarging bulbs are longer than those made to work with the Valoy II. Using a modern enlarging bulb on a Valloy II will give less even illumination. One photo shows an original bulb on the left and a modern bulb on the right. The original Osram bulb was 4.29" in length. New Osram bulbs are 4.68" long. One solution to the problem is to use a Leitz 1c head top half on the Valloy II. I have included a picture of a 1c head top half on a Valoy II enlarger that a customer sent me. I found a reference to using a Ic head top half on a Valoy II in a 1958 Valoy II instruction book--albeit for the purpose of point light source printing with the Valoy II. I will show you the results with different bulbs and different heads when I find the time. Rarely offered separate from enlarger. $200.
Mornick Dichroic color head, Model 395, 80W, 30V (ELB bulb) with voltage stabilized power supply, with Leitz adapter. There are 200 units of yellow, 170 units of majenta, 170 units of cyan filtration. This head replaces both the top and bottom halves of the Leitz lamphouse, and is solidly attached in the same way the Leitz lamphouse was attached, with a retaining ring. Convection cooled--no remote blower needed. This color head utilizes the Leitz condenser and provides a quality of light that is virtually identical to that of a standard Leitz lamphead, but with dial in filtration. Illustrated on a Leitz 1c enlarger; the enlarger and color head are available together and are listed above. The color head is also available separately for $650.
COSAR MORNICK ADAPTOR, adapts Cosar Mornick colorheads to Leitz 1a, 1b, 1c, 2a, 2b, 2c chassis. The color head light pipe slips down into the adapter and the adapter slips into the bottom half of the Leitz lamphouse. This is a copy of the Mornick adapter, but a lot better made. $100
Leitz 1c filter holder with special shoulder screw. Replaces red filter and the red filter retaining screw. Accepts 2.5" square or 67mm square or round filters. $OLD. I list it for your information.
Leitz 1c condenser retaining spring and lock ring. $80.
Leitz 1c enlarger easel locking lever. NEW. This is often missing. People who do not intend to use the Leitz easel often remove the easel locking lever because it is in their way. Knowing this, I bought the last one that Leitz had in stock. $150.
Leitz enlarger alignment plates. These go between the column and the baseboard. Sometimes you will find that someone may have tightened the column down too much and unevenly so that the column is pulled into the wood baseboard unevenly causing misalignment. The photo of a 1c baseboard with the column removed shows little or no such problem; check yours. the 2nd photo shows how unobtrusive the alignment plate is. These thin plates correct that problem. For the 1c, the plates are supplied with a replacement column head-rest-pin that takes into accout the increased distance of the head from the baseboard. For Leitz 1c, $75. For Leitz Valloy II, $60. The one on the left is for the 1c. The one one the right is for the Valloy II. A GLENNVIEW product. These are black anodized, but what I have in stock presently is not black anodized.
Leitz enlarger wrenches. These are original equipment with Leitz enlargers. The 14mm and 10mm combination is for the 1c. The 14mm and 13mm combination is for the 2c and 2a. Your choice, $20.
LEITZ VALOY 35mm ENLARGER accessories
The Valoy enlargers have a similarly designed condenser lamphouse as the later Valoy II and Ic enlargers and will make an image of equal quality. Adjustable height bulb socket just like on the 1c. Manual helical focus mount with no bellows to go bad just like on the Valoy II. Adjust the height by loosening a thumbscrew, moving the head and locking the thumbscrew. Baseboard mounted switch. Baseboard about 15X18". 32" column height. The baseboard has dovetails built-in that accept clamps to hold Leitz easels. Both the clamps and the easels are difficult to find. Ordinary easels work just fine on the baseboard. If you are on a budget, seriously consider a Valoy enlarger.
Leitz Valoy enlarger. A negative carrier is not included with this enlarger. Negative carriers listed below. $OLD. I will leave it up for awhile for your information.
Leitz clamps to hold old style easels on Leitz enlargers (Valoy, 1a, 1b); not for Valoy II, Focomat 1c, 2a or 2c. Illustrated on the above Valoy baseboard. $50.
Leitz spacer for Leitz enlargers (Valoy, 1a, 1b); not for Valoy II, Focomat 1c, 2a or 2c, $25. This spaces the head at a given height to make prints of a specific size. It is designed to be used together with a Leitz 8X10 easel to provide full frame images. It is made of felt covered spring steel and snaps on and off the enlarger column; lower your head to rest upon it.
Leitz ventilator and spacer for Leitz enlargers (Valoy, 1a, 1b); not for Valoy II, Focomat 1c, 2a or 2c, $50. These early enlargers were designed to be used with 75W bulbs, not higher wattage bulbs. Add this ventilator and spacer and you can use 150W and 250W bulbs in these enlargers. The inside diameter of the bottom of the ventilator is 189.5mm. The outside diameter of the top of the ventilator is 189.2mm.
Leitz Valoy head. Condenser included. The above spacer and ventilator fits this head. Negative carrier not included. A negative carrier to fit this head is listed above. $50.
Leitz 1b baseboard, top delaminating, dovetail channels filled with wood putty, switch missing, feet dried out, but at least the mounting hole is properly sized and located and it is otherwise solid, put a piece of oak veneer or Formica on it and it'll serve you well, 15.5X17.5", $25, or $30 with a new set of rubber feet
6X9cm LEITZ ENLARGERS
Leitz Focomat IIa, 6X9.5cm autofocus enlarger. The major differences between the IIa and the IIc are visible in the 2nd photo: IIa lenses are on a manually operated turret and the cam follower is manually repositioned. 95mm F4.5 Focotar, 50mm F3.5 Elmar original equipment factory coated lenses, swing-out red filter, 32" tall column, Leitz ~21X27" large oak baseboard, universal glass negative carrier for all formats, space for simple masks beneath, instructions for 2c, baseboard imperfect--but serviceable (about 2% of veneer missing at rear corner), bellows OK, newly rewired, some pitting of column and some other chrome plated parts (these chrome parts have been cleaned and waxed), negative carrier glasses slightly imperfect--but serviceable (I do have some replacement glasses listed below), lenses slightly scratched, without easel locking hardware. The condenser in this enlarger has been replaced with a variable density diffusion disk, a GLENNVIEW product, available nowhere else, and also available separately in below listing. The variable density evens out the illumination just as does a condenser. Enlarger manufacturers moved from condenser illumination to diffusion heads with the advent of color. The GLENNVIEW variable density diffusion disk will give you the same performance as a diffusion head. $500. I am willing to sell parts from this enlarger. Let me know what parts you want.
6X9cm LEITZ FOCOMAT IIC PARTS
Leitz IIc enlargers are difficult to pack and ship safely. The inexperienced tend to get it wrong. When I got a call from someone who had his IIc significantly damaged in transit, I began to part out my IIc. These are the parts that remain. As you can see, the parts are in good condition, with little corrosion. Buy all of the parts at 1/2 price.
Leitz Focomat IIc column, with easel height adjuster, with head raising collar. Wiring in good condition and ready to accept your head plug. $200
Leitz Focomat IIc negative stage posts. $75
Leitz Focomat IIc upper half of negative stage. $75
Leitz Focomat IIc lower half of lamp house with filter drawer cover. This will accept a filter drawer. $100
Leitz Focomat IIc main parallellogram chassis. There is no Bowden cable, but the part that holds the Bowden cable to the chassis is present. The lower half of the negative stage is missing as are the bellows that were attached to it. The posts and the upper half of the negative stage are listed separately above. The inner halves of the helical focusing tubes are not included. The lenses are not included. $250
6X9cm LEITZ ENLARGER ACCESSORIES
Leitz Focomat IIc top half of lamphouse. The IIc lamphead is taller than any others. This one has a porcelain socket on an extended shaft. In the photos, the shaft is fully raised. This extra tall lamphead would be good for point light source printing, where precise placement of the lamp is required--oftentimes higher than usual. In the 3rd image, the IIc lamphouse is beside a 1c lamphouse. The IIc lamphouse will fit the Ic enlarger, as well as the IIa and the Valoy II enlargers. Note that the top of the lamphouse with the 3 adjusting screws is grey in color; it was replaced after Leitz changed the color of the IIc. The lampcord is not installed yet. I will install a lamcord at no charge to fit your enlarger. $250
LIGHT BALANCING DIFFUSION DISK for 2a or 2c. Thicker in the center, simply replace your condensers with this. Two sides are cut off to allow the disk to sit in the bottom of the condenser housing. Are you a machinist? Try machining a thin sheet of plastic. You will find it is not worth your time to learn how. I have sold these to Europe's largest photo equipment distributor. I never thought I would be selling a machined product to the Germans. Expect 1-2 stops less light ouput with this diffusion disk. This light balancing diffusion disk is a GLENNVIEW product, available nowhere else, $100.
RED GLASS FILTER in METAL FRAME for LEITZ IIa. This is from a Leitz Focomat IIa. The overall length is 102mm. $100 without screw or $135 with screw.
LEITZ IIc CARRIER WITH UNCUT GLASSLESS ALUMINUM INSERTS. As illustrated, $275. With custom milled openings in aluminum inserts matched to your supplied negative, with aluminum black anodized finish after the openings are cut, $550.
GLASSLESS ALUMINUM INSERTS for LEITZ IIc CARRIER. Black anodized aluminum with 54-55mm square openings. Well made, but not by me. $150.
Osram 75 Watt enlarging bulbs, $15 each, 4 for $50, 6 for $60.
Osram 150 Watt enlarging bulbs, $15 each, 4 for $50, 6 for $60.
COSAR MORNICK ADAPTOR, adapts Cosar Mornick colorheads to Leitz 1a, 1b, 1c, 2a, 2b, 2c chassis. The color head light pipe slips down into the adapter and the adapter slips into the bottom half of the Leitz lamphouse. This is a copy of the Mornick adapter, but a lot better made. $100
Glassless inserts for any format for your Leitz IIc carrier, inserts are black anodized Aluminum, will fit your 6X9 Leitz IIc carrier, you specify the dimensions of the opening, or you may send me your negative for sizing, want it oversize to allow printing of the full negative?--whatever you want, custom made by GLENNVIEW, $250
Glassless inserts for any format for your Leitz IIa carrier, inserts are black anodized Aluminum, will fit your 6X9 Leitz IIa carrier, you specify the dimensions of the opening, or you may send me your negative for sizing, want it oversize to allow printing of the full negative?--whatever you want, custom made by GLENNVIEW, $300
Leitz glasses for 2a negative carrier, one new and one used, slightly scratched, $150 only with 2a enlarger listed above
Custom masks for Leitz IIa. Blanks in plain Aluminum available for $50 each. With window cut to fit your negative and then black anodized, $150 each or $400 for 4.
Custom solid oak baseboard, 4X51X77cm, or 1.6X20X29", presently undrilled, newly finished with 2 light coats of satin finish polyurethane, with new rubber feet, rounded corners and edges, $275 or $325 drilled for Leitz 2c, 2a, 1c, or Valoy II enlarger columns. You will need longer bolts for use with the 1c or Valoy II. See photo of 6X9 IIc above to see one of these baseboards. The photo below of the undrilled baseboard appears yellowish because it is reflecting the yellow background.
The LEITZ REPROVIT IIa is the best copy camera Leitz made. Most convenient to operate; focusing is done by projecting grid onto copy--copy lights go on automatically and lens aperture is stopped down when camera is slid into position.
LEITZ REPROVIT IIa copy camera, for use with M-series cameras, maximum area copied 18X27" with 50mm F4.5 Leitz Focotar (lens extra), focoslide, focusing magnifier, and right angle light pipe for illuminating copy area and focusing with projection lamp built into head. Instructions, schematic. Mint-, $2000.
LEITZ REPROVIT IIa, as above but with non original 9X12 opal glass set into center of baseboard for use in copying transparencies. Instructions, schematic. Ex+, $1000.
LEITZ COPY LIGHT SET for REPROVIT IIa, 4 reflectors on 2 arms designed for the Reprovit IIA, with end plugs to mate with Reprovit, wires go through light arms to keep them out-of-way, Ex+, $400 with Reprovit or $500 separately
Leica Mda camera body specifically designed for use with the Reprovit IIa, VG, $550
COPY LIGHT SET for REPROVIT IIa, set of 2 Mole Richardson type 2921 Molequartz 1K Nooklites, 1000W each, 3200 degrees Kelvin with dichroic daylight conversion filters, with very high quality (adjustable angle and distance) light arm set designed to clamp to Leitz baseboard or another flat surface, with end plugs to mate with Reprovit and with standard endplugs for use off of Reprovit, wires go through light arms to keep them out-of-way, Mint-, $700
24mm, 25mm, 35mm, 42mm Leitz Summar lenses, 50mm Leitz Milar lens, related Leitz Aristophot equipment, Linhof Luminar adapters, RMS mount adapters, Leica screw mount adapters, and lots more related equipment on my Copy Cameras web page.
Leitz 50mm F4.5 Leitz Focotar Reprographic lens. This lens is from a Reprovit IIa. Note the "R" in the product number visible on the side of the barrel. The serial number is on the back of the lens. It will also serve as an enlarging lens with the proper extension tube. Clean! $250.
Leitz Valoy II copy stand adapted to accept any camera with a 1/4-20TPI camera screw socket. 32" column. The Valoy II rail rider is designed to accept the enlarger head and other vintage accessories. In the 1st illustration you see an original configuration--a screwmount camera body mounted on a visoflex bellows assembly. What makes it so great is the fast squeeze and adjust handle + the fine focus adjusting knob. The compact size is nice too. And you may use the column as an enlarger with the addition of a Valoy II head, which I have available. The light arms are easily adjusted and they stay put once adjusted. With the arms adjusted to give shading as you see fit, the stand makes for a great animation stand for 2 or 3 dimensional art. The baseboard is an optional extra to make it more affordable. $300
17X24" oak baseboard for the above Leitz Valoy II copy stand. I will add feet and holes for mounting the enlarger. $100. Also not the modern digital camera mounted on the copystand with a quick release mount. Quick release mounts are found on my TRIPODS web page.
Leitz bellows with visoflex for use with screwmount bodies and with adaptor to mount on Valloy II enlarger and copy stand rail rider. Visoflex is designed to be used with double cable release, which I do not have. Choice of 2 bellows monorails (one with scales for 50 and 135mm lenses, the other with scales for 125mm and 135mm lenses) Mint-, $350
Leitz bellows with visoflex for use with screwmount bodies. Visoflex is designed to be used with double cable release, which I do not have. Choice of 2 bellows monorails (one with scales for 50 and 135mm lenses, the other with scales for 125mm and 135mm lenses), Mint-, $300
Leitz bellows (designed for use with visoflex--not included). Choice of 2 bellows monorails (one with scales for 50 and 135mm lenses, the other with scales for 125mm and 135mm lenses), Mint-, $100
Focoslide with quality helical focusing mount and focusing optical magnifier, for Leica screw mount body, screw mount lens and Valoy II stand, Ex+, $300
Leitz Valoy II column rider and head or macro bellows support, w/squeezegrip & fine focus, Ex+, $160. Note: add $60 for custom camera mounting adaptor.
Leitz helical focusing mount, marked E. Leitz New York, screw mount at rear, screw mount at front with adaptor, extends from 40 to 61mm, came in box marked catalog #70442, black barrel with chrome ends, Mint-,$125
LEITZ/LINHOF ARISTOPHOT macro copy stand for use with or w/o microscope, also Leitz macro and micro lenses--see copy camera list
Leitz Eldia printer, allows contact printing of 35mm film to 35mm film, allows you to copy fine line detail without loss of detail, instructions, Ex+, $100 Note: I once copied pages of type onto Kodalith, contact printed the negatives in an Eldia printer for finished slides for projection without loss of detail.
Leitz 1c instructions, copy, $25
Leitz Valoy 2 instructions, color copy, $30
Leitz 2c instructions, copy, $40
Leitz Reprovit 2a instructions, copy, $40
Leitz Eldia printer instructions, copy, $15