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  • 1973-ban amikor megkezdődött az európai biztonsági értekezlet- egymás után rendezték meg a NATO hadgyakorlatokat.

    1973-ban amikor megkezdődött az európai biztonsági értekezlet- egymás után rendezték meg a NATO hadgyakorlatokat.

    Digitalizált diafilmfotó a hidegháború idejéből.

  • universa junior super 8 kamera

    universa junior super 8 kamera

    Camera made in the Federal Republic of Germany in 1966. The device records onto Super 8 film with the speed of 18 frame per second, has no sound, equipped with Wetzlar Cine Universar f 1,5/15 mm objective, operates with 4 pcs. of AA batteries.

  • noris Norimat deluxe mozgófilmvetítő

    noris Norimat deluxe mozgófilmvetítő

    Norimat deluxe film projector made by Noris company in the Federal Republic of Germany in 1972-1973. The motor driven device can be used with Super 8 films with the speed of 18 or 24 frame per second. It is equipped with Isco-Gottingen Vario-Kiptagon 1,3/15-30 objective, works with 12 V, 100 W bulb, its spool has capacity for 180 m film. It has built-in sound system, but it is also possible to have external sound.

  • noris norisound 322 p mozgófilmvetítő

    noris norisound 322 p mozgófilmvetítő

    Norisound 322 p film projector made by Noris company in the Federal Republic of Germany in 1977-1978. The professional device can be used with Super 8 films with the speed of 18 or 24 frame per second, it also can rewind them. Two kind of objectives were added to this: Schneider-Kreuznach MC Xenovar f 1,2/15,5-28 mm, Schneider-Kreuznach MC Xenovaron f 1,1/11-30 mm. It becomes the light from a 12 V, 100 W halogen bulb, its spool has capacity for 240 m film. It has built-in sound system, but it is also possible to have external sound.

  • Revue diaelőnéző

    Revue diaelőnéző

    Revue slide-previewer produced in the Federal Republic of Germany in the 1980s. The device gives backlight to the framed slide pictures placed on its cascading surface. It is made of plastic, works with 220 V, 25 W normal bulb.

  • Log dianéző

    Log dianéző

    Electrical slide-viewer made in the Federal Republic of Germany in the 1980s. Framed slide pictures can be seen one by one with this.

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    DUX 49 episzkóp

    Episcope produced in the Federal Republic of Germany in the 1950s. It can project postcards, magazines and business cards. The device works with a 40-watt standard-socket krypton bulb.

  • Braun D 300 diavetítő

    Braun D 300 diavetítő

    Braun D 300 slide-projector made in Frankfurt am Main, the Federal Republic of Germany in the 1970s. This device can show framed leica slide pictures. It has autofocus, programmable time switch and remote controller. It's equipped with 2,8/85 mm Will-Wetzlar objective. The light comes from a 24 V, 150 W bulb, whose operation is guaranteed by a built-in transformer and fan.

  • Leitz Will Wetzlar Maginon diavetítő

    Leitz Will Wetzlar Maginon diavetítő

    Slide-projector produced in the 1970s in the Federal Republic of Germany. It's a massive metal device, with high-performance bulb and built-in fan. It can show leica slide films.

  • Kindermann Telefocus 110 diavetítő

    Kindermann Telefocus 110 diavetítő

    Mid-performance slide-projector designed for long-time projection, made in Eibelstadt, Bavaria, the Federal Republic of Germany in the 1980s. The device is automatic, remote controlled, has 2,8/45 mm objective, built-in transformer and fan, works with 24 V, 150 W halogen bulb. It can show 3x3 cm Agfa-Leitz standard framed slide pictures, of which 60 pcs. can be placed in its carousel.

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