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    Nemzetközi Munkásszövetség

  • Ohnoya Shoten Limited Televu Vu-Editor filmnéző

    Ohnoya Shoten Limited Televu Vu-Editor filmnéző

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    Televu Vu-Editor made in Tokyo, Japan in the 1960s by Ohnoya Shoten Limited (a.k.a. "Ohnar"). The motor-driven device can play 8 mm silent films that can be viewed on its screen.

  • universa éditor 2000 filmnéző

    universa éditor 2000 filmnéző

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    Film editor made in Japan in the second half of 1960s for Spanish exports. The manually driven device is suitable for viewing Regular 8 and Super 8 films and marking them by time for cutting purposes.

  • Eumig Mark 610 D Lux mozgófilm vetítő 02

    Eumig Mark 610 D Lux mozgófilmvetítő

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    Mark 610 D Lux film projector made by Eumig company in Austria in the 1970s. The device can be used with Regular 8 and Super 8 films with the speed of 3; 6; 9; 12; 18 frame per second. It can project very bright and sharp, even in large size. It is equipped with Eumig Suprogon Zoom 1,2/12,5-25 mm objective, works with 12 V, 100 W bulb, its spool has capacity for 120 m film. For the sound can be connected a casette recorder, which will be automatically synchronized.

  • hähnel edirette Muray filmnéző

    hähnel edirette Muray filmnéző

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    8 mm film editor made in France at the turn of the 1960s and 1970s. The manually driven device is suitable for marking the films by time for cutting purposes.

  • Goko A-200 filmnéző

    Goko A-200 filmnéző

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    Goko A-200 film editor made in Japan by Sansei Koki Co. Ltd. in 1969-1970. The manually driven device is suitable for viewing Super 8 films. It has not sound, its spool has capacity for 240 m film, it projects with a 6 V, 10 W bulb onto its 90x120 mm screen.

  • Revue De Luxe Super 8 filmnéző

    Revue De Luxe Super 8 filmnéző

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    Film editor made in Japan in the 1970s and it was traded by Quelle. The manually driven device is suitable for viewing Super 8 films.

  • noris Norimat deluxe mozgófilmvetítő

    noris Norimat deluxe mozgófilmvetítő

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    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.

  • Raduga mese diavetítő

    Raduga mese diavetítő

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    Raduga ("rainbow") slide-projector produced for children in Russia, the Soviet Union in the 1970s. This massive, made of sheet metal device can only project normal slide films, works with 6 V, 30 W bulb.

  • noris norisound 322 p mozgófilmvetítő

    noris norisound 322 p mozgófilmvetítő

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    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.

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