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Dave, The Hove book was mentioned, sadly I wouldn't reccomend that. It misses out the most important factor that I was looking for in that book, how to set up the autofocus on the V35. This is available (FOC I believe) in the instruction booklet. If you have problems then post again, we can photocopy that for you or provide on line experience. Use any masking frame you wish, but it is the hieght of the frame's printing surface (above the enlarger's base) that is the critical factor in getting the autofocus to work. If that is, say, 25mm, then you need to set the column hieght at 25mm on the scale marked at its base. Jem > -----Original Message----- > From: David Freedman [SMTP:email@example.com] > > > Hi all. Just today I picked up a mint Leica V35 enlarger that I "won" in > an > eBay auction. Probably paid a bit too much but I'm not complaining. To the > questions: Alas, the original owner no longer had the instruction book > that > came with the V35. I've followed this list long enough to know that > proper > setup can take some doing so I'd definitely like the manual. Anyone know > of > a source where I can get an original or a copy? Also, was there (is > there) > a mounted slide carrier made for the V35? If so, any ideas where I might > find one? Finally, my enlarger came with no easel. I'm open to > suggestions. > > Thanks in advance for any advice, > > Dave F.