An ATL-3 for 30 bucks!

Discussion in 'Darkroom Developing and Printing' started by Ralf R. Radermacher, Jul 5, 2004.

  1. No, this isn't another sales ad, but it's definitely the time to look
    for the darkroom equipment you always wanted but could never afford.
    This morning, a decent, working-order ATL-3 has been sitting on ebay.de
    at a buy-now price of a mere 29 euros for hours on end before someone
    eventually bought it.

    And I had thought that my recently bought ATL-1 for 130 euros had been a
    good deal.

    Keep your eyes open, folks. :)

    Ralf
     
    Ralf R. Radermacher, Jul 5, 2004
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  2. There is a steady flow of ATL's on ebay.de, nowadays. Admittedly, I
    haven't seen them go that cheap, before. They usually sell for anywhere
    between 300 and 800 euros with the ATL-3 reaching somewhat lower prices,
    supposedly because of its larger size. I gather most of these machines,
    just like my ATL-1, now find their way into amateur labs and the hefty
    floor-standing ATL-3 is a tad over-dimensioned for hobbyist use.

    The non-automatic CPx's have also come down a lot in price, though
    nowhere near as much as the automatic machines.

    Ralf
     
    Ralf R. Radermacher, Jul 6, 2004
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    Nick Zentena Guest


    Shipping would kill me-) Are these much more common in Europe then North
    America? Even old CPE [Not the plus] are selling for a fair bit.

    Nick
     
    Nick Zentena, Jul 6, 2004
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  4. Ralf R. Radermacher

    Watchman Guest

    I got a working ATL 3 last year for free, basically all I had to do was
    pick it up at the lab,....it was about 11,000 new.
    --
    "The people who have loved me will pass away,
    and the town will burst anew every year.
    But my spirit will always wander nostalgic
    in the same recondite corner of my flowery garden."
    JRJ
     
    Watchman, Jul 6, 2004
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