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    Recommend a 35mm slide projector?

    I took a few slides at hawaii. I'd love to see them big.
    Any suggestions? (35mm)

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    Any of the Kodak Ektamatic projectors should suffice. I was always envious of the Zeiss projectors that were not imported here. You might be able to pick up a Leica projector cheap now. I suppose the good thing about the Kodak is that you could buy many carousels easily.
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    Bulbs can be an issue.

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    Are there any good non-carosel projectors?
    Those big wheels seem like a waste of space to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darinwc View Post
    Are there any good non-carosel projectors?
    Those big wheels seem like a waste of space to me.
    Darin
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    The Ek system could be used with a stack loader: no trays needed. The Sawyer's system could be used with 100 slide roto trays; small, flat TDC type 36? trays; as well as a stack loader.

    The Leitz projectors which took the small ca. 40-European trays were excellent. Trays might be a problem. Later "Leica" projectors used EK-type caro trays.
    John, Mount Vernon, Virginia USA

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    Leica Pradovit 150.

    I have one of these:

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Leica-PRADOVIT...28153004r30334

    It works well, is quiet and bright. I paid about CAN$350 for it about 8 years ago [new].

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    The Kodak Ektagraphic () slide projectors are really nice.
    Helping to save analog photography one exposure at a time

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    My wife has a Rollei autofocus projector, similar to the Leitz one referred to in a previous post.

    Brilliant, fast, and, having been surrounded by Leitz projectors by many, many people, I believe it is equal to, if not slightly better than, a Leitz one.

    Mick.

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    I vote fore the Ektagraphic as it works well, easy to find, many in like new condition and cheap. The Rollei and Leica are better but are more difficult to find and much more expensive.

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    Elmo 301AF. Very nice.
    Carousel trays.

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