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    Leonard Müller elektromos vetítő

    Projector from the 1910s, made by German toy manufacturer Leonard Müller in Nuremberg. The device is equipped with film reels and in the chimney it has an electric socket for a bulb, which is accessible by opening the cover.

  • Diafilmvetítés szórólap 2012. ősz-tél

    Diafilmvetítés szórólap

    The leaflet of the slide projections took place in the Örökmozgó Filmmúzeum (nowadays Art+ Cinema) in the autumn and winter of 2012. The collection has the digital master version of it, the informations in the description applies to the printed version.

  • Diafilmvetítés hírlevél 2012. 11. 24

    Diafilmvetítés hírlevél

    The leaflet of the slide projection took place in the Örökmozgó Filmmúzeum (nowadays Art+ Cinema) on 24th november 2012. It has been sent online to the institution's newsletter subscribers.

  • Diafilmvetítés hírlevél 2012. 12. 08

    Diafilmvetítés hírlevél

    The leaflet of the slide projection took place in the Örökmozgó Filmmúzeum (nowadays Art+ Cinema) on 8th december 2012. It has been sent online to the institution's newsletter subscribers.

  • Diafilmvetítés hírlevél 2012. 12. 29

    Diafilmvetítés hírlevél

    The leaflet of the slide projection took place in the Örökmozgó Filmmúzeum (nowadays Art+ Cinema) on 29th december 2012. It has been sent online to the institution's newsletter subscribers.

  • Diafilmvetítés szórólap 2003. 11. 29

    Diafilmvetítés szórólap

    The leaflet of the slide projection took place in the Örökmozgó Filmmúzeum (nowadays Art+ Cinema) on 29th november 2003. The collection has the digital master version of it, the informations in the description applies to the printed version.

  • Diafilmvetítés szórólap 2002. 11. 30

    Diafilmvetítés szórólap

    The leaflet of the slide projection took place in the Örökmozgó Filmmúzeum (nowadays Art+ Cinema) on 30th november 2002. The collection has the digital master version of it, the informations in the description applies to the printed version.

  • Diafilmvetítés plakát 2001. 11. 24

    Diafilmvetítés plakát

    The poster of the slide projection took place in the Örökmozgó Filmmúzeum (nowadays Art+ Cinema) on 24th november 2001. The collection has the digital master version of the poster, the informations in the description applies to the printed version.

  • LOMO Lada kamera

    LOMO Lada kamera

    Lada camera for amateur movie makers, made in Leningrad (nowadays Saint Petersburg), Russia, the Soviet Union by Leningrad Optical and Mechanical Association (Leningradskoye Optiko-Mekhanicheskoye Obyedinenie (LOMO)) between 1963 and 1975. The device records in Regular 8 format with the speed of 8; 16; 24; 48 frame per second onto Double 8 mm film. It runs on clockwork, without electricity. It is equipped with 1,7/9-37 mm PF-2 objective.

  • KMZ Quartz M kamera

    KMZ Quartz M kamera

    Quartz M camera produced in Moscow Oblast, Russia, the Soviet Union in the 1960-70s by Krasnogorsk Mechanical Factory (Krasnogorsk Mekanicheski Zavod (KMZ)) for amateur and educational goals. The device records in Regular 8 format with the speed of 12; 16; 24; 48 frame per second onto Double 8 mm film; the filmstrip must be rotated at the expiration date, so recording can be continued on the other side, and then half-cut at the time of development. It runs on clockwork, so there is no need for electric current. It has 12,5/0,24-1,9 mm Jupiter objective. It is made of metal, and its weight is 1,2 kg. It was also made for Western exports; it was known for its simplicity and for its high quality recordings. In the picture it can be seen with contemporary Hungarian-made Forte film.

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