The Baby Boomer eMuseum

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Slides and slide projectors
Color slidesSlide projector

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Posted by Steve Oelrich at 10:41 pm (PDT) on Fri April 22, 2016   
Might want to take all those slides to a business that will transfer them digitally to a compact disc, flash drive or hard drive. Then you can look at them to your heart's content on your computer.
Posted by CJ at 12:58 pm (PDT) on Tue April 19, 2016   
There are several on eBay you can bid on. There is also a Kodak Carousel 650H Halogen projecter w/ remote & extra halogen lamp that is listed as "buy it now" for $75. Seller says it has been thoroughly tested. Just thought I'd let you know. Smile
Posted by Robert Hutchison at 12:39 pm (PDT) on Tue April 19, 2016   
I have over a 1000 slides but have no slide projector...know where I can get one, preferrable a carosel one?
Posted by KC Kidder at 10:31 pm (PDT) on Mon April 18, 2016   
The dang bulb always burned out and invariably you would get one slide out of order or the projectionist would drop the carousel 4 minutes before your presentation
Posted by Robert Hutchison at 1:51 pm (PDT) on Mon May 18, 2015   
I have hundreds of slides but no slide projectoe! I had a Kodak Carousel but it gave up the ghost. Does anyone have one they do not use? I guess the best place to find one is a pawnshop, but I tried to find one in Portland and had no luck at all!
Posted by CJ at 10:31 pm (PDT) on Fri May 15, 2015   
I learned E-6 processing so I could develop my own slides because I did not want to send the film in and wait for it to get back.
Posted by Bob Wilson Jr at 7:09 am (PDT) on Sun June 17, 2012   
Back in the 1960's, Audio-Visual departments of ad agencies and corporations alike depended on slides and slide projectors to communicate their educational, marketing and other messages. It was a rare presentation that didn't feature at least one slide in a carrel that had been put in either upside down or mirror-imaged, to the amusement of the audiences they were being beamed to...

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