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    JDP
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    How many have a medium format projector?

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    I was wondering how many people have and use a medium format slide projector?

    If you havn't tried one yet I can strongly recommend them. I havn't come accross a 35mm or digital projector which comes anywhere near them in terms of picture quality. The colours, shades, '3D ness', sparkle and details are all wonderful.....

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    Yep

    Started out with a Procabin, but then shortly afterwards was able to change it for a Hasselblad PCP-80.

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    I have the Hassi PCP projector and I agree that there is nothing like the quality of the projected image from this projector. It is the only 6x6 projector I have ever used so I can't compare one to another, but compared to 35mm image projection 6x6 is great.

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    No, but at the other end of the scale I have a 110 projector!

    Steve

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    I just got one for 20 dollars, it's really lovely and deco, made in the 30s but in great shape.
    Marek Warunkiewicz

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    I really want one, but it is hard to find 6x7 projectors and also there is a question of price. 6x6 are much cheaper.

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    Been looking for one, just got outbid on one at auction. I have a GAF/Sawyers for 35mm that takes carousel or box magazines.
    Rick A
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    I have a Kinderman that seems to work pretty well and it didn't cost all that much when I bought it around 30 years ago. I don't know how it compares in quality to other medium format projectors. The images seem so much more life-like, brighter and sharper than 35mm.

    Dave

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    I have two. One of these days, I am going to have to shot some 120 chrome ...

    I could be wrong, but I think a 6x7 frame is very close to the size of an Imax frame.

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    I've got a Kindermann projector, too. When I used it at a workshop to project a few images, after the 35mm shooters had projected theirs, the oohs and aahs coming from the other workshop attendees were immediate. Digital projectors are so inferior to any film projectors!

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