You might be interested to know that I've figured out a way to make my own filmstrips, like the ones you may remember from school. To do this, you need four things: 1. A half-frame 35mm camera. I use an Agat 18K and a Yashica Samurai X3.0. 2. 35mm slide (transparency) film. 3. A lab that will process slide film without cutting or mounting it. 4. A filmstrip projector. The main source for these would be eBay. I was able to get a very good deal on one that looked barely used. While I plan to do actual scripted presentations this way, thus far I've only done filmstrips that consist of successive images on the same roll. One was a whole series of shots of a 4th of July parade -- a suitable subject for the format. One thing you have to keep in mind, though: since the images go through the projector upside-down, the pictures will be viewed in the opposite order from the order you shot them in.