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    Quote Originally Posted by LaGrassa View Post
    Not being familiar with these, do they work with slides made from 645 format?
    645 slides have their own mounts, which have the same exterior dimensions as 6x6 slides, and fit into the projectors in the same way as 6x6 slides.
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    I have a MF projector, but it has no slide or tray (so changing slides is somewhat slow), and a lousy lamp.
    But on command, it goes 'pop' and emits a rather impressive burst of light.

    But what to use it for these days, i don't know.

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    I'm happy with my Rollei P66S even though it's got a small chip on the condenser lens. I hope I'll find a replacement condenser someday. I still like 35 mm slides a lot, but medium format is really in a different league, especially for landscapes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michel Hardy-Vallée View Post
    I have found locally a Bausch & Lomb Balomatic 755 automatic projector with trays, and that stuff is totally in a different league than 35mm.

    The colours are rich, the image is sharp, brilliant, you can really walk into it. Go for it.
    My father had one and it was great. No one could locate it after he died. I would like to get one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    645 slides have their own mounts, which have the same exterior dimensions as 6x6 slides, and fit into the projectors in the same way as 6x6 slides.
    Matt:

    That's what I would have guessed but wanted to make sure.

    Thanks for the post.

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    MF slide projector

    I am using beside a 35mm Rollei AF slide projector an KIEW 66 A projector. A heavy succer with a weight of 11 Kg. Works fine!

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    I just bought a Rollei P66A on my recent trip to Germany. I cannot say much about it yet, as I have also just started to explore medium format photography and am waiting for my first slide films to be developed...

    I also got a Rollei 35mm projector, and just looked at my dad's slides from 1964... quite a joy. Most slides are still in good shape, I am not sure what film it was. They were all hand-mounted by my parents into thick glass-only mounts.

    mtjade2007 said he has a P66 and it is a medium format and 35mm projector? I don't quite understand how it can handle both format unless the 35mm positives are mounted in 7x7 slide mounts?

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    I have a Goetschmann G67 projector for 6x7 slides. The best purchase of my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrTebi View Post
    I just bought a Rollei P66A on my recent trip to Germany. I cannot say much about it yet, as I have also just started to explore medium format photography and am waiting for my first slide films to be developed...

    I also got a Rollei 35mm projector, and just looked at my dad's slides from 1964... quite a joy. Most slides are still in good shape, I am not sure what film it was. They were all hand-mounted by my parents into thick glass-only mounts.

    mtjade2007 said he has a P66 and it is a medium format and 35mm projector? I don't quite understand how it can handle both format unless the 35mm positives are mounted in 7x7 slide mounts?
    The model that takes 35mm and M/F Slides isn't the P66A but the P11, or at least mine is, like this one. http://dayton.craigslist.org/pho/1874836593.html
    Last edited by benjiboy; 08-31-2010 at 11:04 AM. Click to view previous post history.
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    I wouldn't mind one but never came across one so far.

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