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photographic equipment consisting of an optical projector used to enlarge a photograph

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Table 11 Market for photographic enlargers and reducers in the country in question, 2014-2018 (US dollars)
I do miss the darkroom atmosphere, and to a certain extent, working with the enlargers, but I love that I can sit down to do my work now, rather than be on my feet for post-production.
A few tools even appeared to have two uses, with enlargers at one end and collectors at the other.
The early enlargers were often described as 'solar cameras'.
When I first came here in the seventies, we didn't have any facilities at all, so I actually brought my own two enlargers from home.
With this accomplished students are acquainted with out small darkroom which is packed with six enlargers.
The new sense of scale was not significant in itself, and in isolation it is nothing new, since photographs have been enlarged since enlargers were first produced.
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Some enlargers also incorporate speech output to reduce the strain associated with reading large blocks of text.
Those shops that develop and print, those that manufacture chemicals and supplies like negative holders and enlargers, the professionals who take portraits and shoot weddings--they all have an idea of what's coming.
The stolen goods included vibrators and other sex aids, breast enlargers showing former topless model Sam Fox on the boxes, and some adult videos.
Increasingly there will be the routine installation of what is still often seen as specialised equipment--reading machines, talking terminals, print enlargers, audio loops
Auxiliary aids may include taped texts, interpreters or other effective methods of making orally delivered materials available to students with hearing impairments, notetakers, readers, videotext displays, television enlargers, talking calculators, electronic readers, Braille calculators, printers or typewriters, telephone handset amplifiers, closed captioned decoders, open and closed captioning, voice synthesizers, specialized gym equipment, other classroom equipment adapted for use by students with manual impairments, and other similar actions or services.