Kinoton is a projector manufacturer.
The original E Series models have been replaced by "Premiere" models that are identical to their original E Series equivalents except for having a slightly faster pulldown rate (8 milliseconds rather than the 11 milliseconds of the original models). The E series projectors have a digitally controlled sprocket drive.
- FP 75 E - a dual-gauge 35mm/70mm projector
- FP 50 E
- FP 38 E - a dual-gauge 35mm/16mm projector
- FP 30 E
- FP 25 E
The D and A series have a direct Maltese cross drive.
Kinoton Lens Holders
Kinoton and Norelco projectors use a cumbersome lens holder. Rather than slide in or out of a collar like a Simplex or Century, the Kinoton lens holder snaps on via a spring which is engaged with a pin and your thumb and index finger (careful not to pinch yourself!). More modern Kinoton lens holders have an enlarged collar diameter which will hold standard simplex or century lens holders.