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Vintage Slide Projector Kodak 1950s

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Now we know where the costume designer for Darth Vader got his inspiration from! This WORKING Kodaslide Merit projector was made by Kodak; the model was issued between 1951–56. Kodak had introduced its first slide projector in 1937 and this model adopted the earlier slide feeding principle: feeding 2” x 2” slides from the top one at a time. This model has no fan.

The body is made of plastic, dark brown in color. A knob at the front releases and locks the spring-loaded front legs to tilt the projector to the desired angle. A metal grill above ventilates the heat from the 150 W. bulb. The heat absorbing glass inside (to protect the slide) is clear and undamaged. So is the lens which is an Ektanon, 5 inch F3.5.

It is in good vintage condition and has been cleaned inside and out. But please note that the projector is sold "as is".
Measurements: height 6-1/4”; length 12”; width 4”.

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Vintage Slide Projector Kodak 1950s


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: plastic, glass, metal
  • Only ships within United States.
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