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AMPRO New Educational

16 mm Sound Projector


A lightweight amplified 16 mm format cine projector built exclusively for the UK market running directly on UK mains. Called The New Educational model it was designed for use in the teaching profession.

It has a built in valve amplifier producing a smooth full sound.

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Eiki (Elf) RM 1 16 mm Film Projector

With Sound


This Elf / Eiki RM 1 is in excellent condition throughout. Cosmetically it is in display condition, the optics are excellent and the electronics fully serviced and tested. It comes complete with speaker and vinyl cover.


Paillard Bolex G 816 Kit 8/15 mm Dual Format Projector Kit


Paillard Bolex introduced the newly designed Model G projector in 1936. It was available in "monofilm" or "multifilm" models; the latter included a parts kit of reel spindles, sprockets, gate and guide-rollers that could be used without tools to adapt the projector to the various film gauges. The film transport mechanism featured helical gears and sprockets, rather than the more common belt driven system on most projectors.


Specto  Educational 16 mm


Lens: Dallmeyer 2 inch Super-Lite Projection Lens

Lamp: 50v 250 w A1/15

Size: 34 x 22 x 15 cm

Weight: 6.5 Kg

Reel Arms: 900 ft.

Serial Number: 10176

Film Format: 16 mm

Controls: Motor Switch, Lamp Switch, Variable Speed by Knob

Rewind By Motor (Switched Clutch)

Manufactured: Circa 1940



Specto 500 Type XB 16 mm Cine Film Projector


Lens: Taylor Hobson 2” Projection Lens f 2

Lamp: 110 v 500 w A 1/7

Size: 34 x 22 x 15 cm

Weight: 6.5 Kg

Reel Arms: 900 ft.

Serial Number: 50005

Film Format: 16 mm

Controls: Motor Switch, Lamp Switch L/H. Variable Speed Knob

Rewind By Motor (Switched Clutch)

Manufactured: Circa 1945/1950


Specto 100 Type A Dual 9.5 / 16 mm Cine Film

Projector

Lens: Taylor Hobson 1½  inch Projection Lens

Lamp: 30 v 100 w

Size: 34 x 22 x 15 cm

Weight: 6.5 Kg

Reel Arms: 900 ft.

Serial Number: 13417

Film Format: 9.5 mm / 16 mm - Dual

Controls: Motor Switch, Lamp Switch, Variable Speed by Knob

Rewind By Motor (Switched Clutch)

Manufactured: Circa 1940


Specto 100 Type A 16 mm Cine Film Projector


Lens: Taylor Hobson 1½  inch f/1.6

Lamp: 30 v 100 w  

Size: 34 x 22 x 15 cm

Weight: 6.5 Kg

Reel Arms: 400 ft.

Serial Number: 7919

Film Format: 16 mm

Controls: Motor Switch, Lamp Switch, Variable Speed Knob

Rewind By Motor (Switched Clutch)

Manufactured: Circa 1945




Specto 100 Type A 16 mm Cine Film Projector


Lens: Dallmeyer 2 inch Super-Lite

Lamp: 30v 100

Size: 34 x 22 x 15 cm

Weight: 6.5 Kg

Reel Arms: 400 ft.

Serial Number: E3224

Film Format: 16 mm

Controls: Motor Switch, Lamp Switch, Variable Speed Knob

Rewind By Motor (Switched Clutch)

Manufactured: Circa 1945

Eumig P 26
Specto 500
XA 16 mm
Specto 100
Model A Dual 9.5/16mm
Specto 100
Type A 16 mm
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Type A 16 mm
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Ampro
New Eductional
Eiki (Elf)
RM 1

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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Kodascope
Model C (Kit)
Kodascope
Model D (Kit)


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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Paillard Bolex
G 816 Kit

EUMIG SUPER PROJECTOR P26 - 16 mm



This is the 16 mm version of the EUMIG SUPER PROJECTOR P 26 and is capable of projecting pictures of utmost sharpness and brilliance it is fitted with a first class coated and Interchangeable lens EUPRONAR f=5 cm f1:/1.4.

EUMIG P 26 is suitable both for AC and DC mains, it is provided especially for projection lamps of 500 Wafts 110 Volts (as f. I. Philips Type 6152 C. socket P 28, with cap).


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