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Kodak Ektagraphic Side Projector

Kodak Ektagraphic Side Projector

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Craft type: Photography
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Kodak Ektagraphic III AMT Slide Projector production started in 1981. This is the workhorse of slide projectors. Several slides were loaded, diplayed in forward and reverse with no issues (see link to Yuutube Demo below). Everything shown in the imgages includes: Kodak Ektagraphic III AMT Projector, Remote, Power COrd, Carousel Slide Tray with Original Box and papers, WIKO zoom lens 100mm - 200mm. This heavy duty Kodak Ektagraphic slide Projector is used, sold as a collectible, as is, as shown. Body Measures 11 x 13 x 5 inches approximately and weighs about 12 pounds.

Kodak Ektagraphic III AMT Demo Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzV91N65LxU&feature=youtu.be

Pop Culture Tidbit: The Kodak Carousel slide projector was part of the plot of the 2007 episode "The Wheel" in season 1 of the TV series Mad Men. In the episode, the advertising agency comes up with the name "Carousel", in place of the Kodak executives' name for it, "The Wheel", pitching the device as a nostalgic conveyance that let its viewers travel through their memories as a child would, "around and around and back home again to a place where we know we are loved".
Kodak Ektagraphic III AMT Slide Projector production started in 1981. This is the workhorse of slide projectors. Several slides were loaded, diplayed in forward and reverse with no issues (see link to Yuutube Demo below). Everything shown in the imgages includes: Kodak Ektagraphic III AMT Projector, Remote, Power COrd, Carousel Slide Tray with Original Box and papers, WIKO zoom lens 100mm - 200mm. This heavy duty Kodak Ektagraphic slide Projector is used, sold as a collectible, as is, as shown. Body Measures 11 x 13 x 5 inches approximately and weighs about 12 pounds.

Kodak Ektagraphic III AMT Demo Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzV91N65LxU&feature=youtu.be

Pop Culture Tidbit: The Kodak Carousel slide projector was part of the plot of the 2007 episode "The Wheel" in season 1 of the TV series Mad Men. In the episode, the advertising agency comes up with the name "Carousel", in place of the Kodak executives' name for it, "The Wheel", pitching the device as a nostalgic conveyance that let its viewers travel through their memories as a child would, "around and around and back home again to a place where we know we are loved".

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