Apparently I have the best landlords in the world, because not only may I get the use of a Hasselblad (currently on loan to the landlady's uncle) But I was mentioning that I had taken some slides of her garden and she gave me a projector she had laying around, a Reflecta Diamator AF. She bought it new in Hong Kong 8 years ago and had never used it. After thanking her profusely I went and read the manual, everything seemed normal. Thankfully it has a voltage switch for 220, 130, 240, and 110. I'm pretty sure 110 is the usual North American household standard so I have it set to that. Going to plug it in, I discover that the plug is a 2 prong, and after a bit of googling I think it is a standard European plug. My question is, to get it to run properly would I need to find some sort of prong adapter without the voltage adapter bit? I'm thinking I may have a hard time finding a Europlug-NEMA 5-15 adapter in North America, but since Nanaimo has a large population of immigrants and students from Asia this may be easier than I think. Also, despite the voltage switch can I expect any problems providing I have the appropriate adapter? I've never heard of Reflecta before, and it seems to be a normal consumer-grade projector but if anyone can provide more information I'd be very appreciative. If it helps the lens is labelled Agomar 1:2.8 90mm MC, Made in Germany. Is there a standard mount for projector lenses (this is a tube with a single spiral groove in it) so that I can purchase a better lens if need be, or would I have to find something specific to Reflecta? Thanks, as always, for the help!