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Kodascope
Model C (Kit)

Hand wound heavy duty cast iron Projector. Takes double perforated film. Made In the USA in 1920's for 16 mm Kodascope Safety Films.


This is the first ever 16 mm home movie projector introduced in 1924 by Eastman Kodak for use with their new 16 mm film format. The Kodascope model C was manufactured by Eastman Kodak in Rochester New York and patented in USA on September 2nd, 1924. Patent Number is 1620339, with other Patents Pending. Kodak own lens. It has a manual winding handle providing all speed settings including 18 fps and 24 fps in forward.


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Motor wound heavy duty cast iron Projector. Built in the USA. Kodak Lens and Optics Takes double perforated film. Made In the USA in 1920's for 16 mm Kodascope Safety Films.


This is the 16 mm motorised home movie projector introduced in the 1920s by Eastman Kodak for use with their new 16 mm film format. The Kodascope model D was manufactured by Eastman Kodak in Rochester New York and is patented in USA.

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Elmo K-100 SM Dual Format 8 mm Film Projector

Fully Serviced and Tested


First marketed in 1978, this standard 8 mm super 8 mm film projector with a slide lever format changer and variable speed control has been fully serviced and tested before being dispatched as working.

Serial Number 712926


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Kodascope EE
Kodascope
Model D (Kit)

Kodascope EE 16 mm Film Projector

Elmo
K-100 Dual
Bolex 18-5

Paillard Bolex 18-5 Automatic


The 18-5 Automatic featured auto threading of film through the gate and sprockets, but otherwise incorporated the same design of the original 18-5 projector.


The speed selector knob, on this and later 18-5 models, was changed from red coloured plastic to luminous plastic ("glow in the dark"). A choice of lenses was available at purchase, and a plastic zipper cover and Bolex 400' plastic reel with case were included.

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Elmo FP-C Dual Format 8 mm Film Projector


Fully Serviced and Tested


First marketed in 1966, this standard 8 mm super 8 mm film projector with a slide lever format changer and variable speed control has been fully serviced and tested before being dispatched as working.


Serial Number 165674

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Serviced With New Belt Serial Number 38228


An 8 mm film projector lightweight and of small physical size an ideal unit for the beginner starting out with cine films.


Lamp 8 v 50 w

Voltage 240 vac

Wattage 100 w

Weight 3 Kg

Size  16 cm x 18 cm x12 cm (Approximate)


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Bell & Howell 365X Autoload Super 8 Film Projector

Tested & Working



Built in 1965 by Bell & Howell in the USA, this is a super 8 mm film format projector. It uses a 150w 21.5v projector lamp and comes tested and is fully working.



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Specto DE Educational Film Projector