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* Other manufacturers to reasearch: Ampro, Bauer, Graflex, RCA, Fumeo, Bell & Howell, Norelco
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Latest revision as of 19:25, 30 September 2019

A list of 16mm film projector models:

Manufacturer Model Other gauges? Portable model? Native Bulb type? Film movement type Link to manual Still made? Notes
Bauer Selection II O No Xenon Intermittent - mechanical at Olaf's 16mm Kino (in German) No
Bauer Selection II W No Intermittent - mechanical at Olaf's 16mm Kino (in German) No
Eastman 25 No Xenon Intermittent - mechanical at Film-Tech No The Eastman 25 B, 25 C, 30, and 40 are mechanically nearly identical to the original 25 model.
Eiki EX-5500 S Yes Xenon Claw No
Eiki EX-6100 No Xenon Claw at Film-Tech No
Elmo LX-1100 No Xenon at Elmo No
Kinoton FP 18 No Xenon Intermittent - mechanical No
Kinoton FP 18 D No Xenon Intermittent - mechanical No
Kinoton FP 38 E 35mm No Xenon Intermittent - electronic at Kinoton No
Kodak Pageant AV-105-M Yes Claw No
  • Other manufacturers to research: Ampro, Bauer, Graflex, RCA, Fumeo, Bell & Howell

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