That’s probably it. The enlarger is easily available on EBAY including several
new 6x6 condensor and 75mm lens kits new in original silver Rollei packaging.
Look like this unit did not sell as well as expected and competed with many
more desirable options from Beseler, Omega, Durst, Kaiser even Leitz etc…
On Aug 12, 2019, at 12:06 AM, John Wild <jwild@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
If it's the Rollei RDE enlarger I'm thinking of it was the same as the Nikor
RDE 6x7. Some were marketed with a Honeywell 'sticker' on. I think it was
made by Nikor for Rollei.
The Novoflex bellows works with the 2000/3000 cameras but with open aperture
metering. I think my bellows has a stop-down link to the lens.
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Just came across my instruction book for the Rolleimat Universal Enlarger.
Was this unit built by Franke & Heidecke in Braunschweig or perhaps by Kaiser?
The automatic bellows unit for the Rolleiflex 35/350 was clearly built by
Novoflex for Rollei. Anyone know if it can also be used on the Rolleiflex
2000/3000 series ?