The Place to find Antique, Vintage, Retro or just plain used, 8 mm Super 8 mm 9.5
mm, 16 mm Film Projectors, Slide Transparency Projectors in Various Formats and also
a selection of Camera & Darkroom Equipment. Serviced, Refurbished & Reconditioned
Fully tested and working Keystone K-105 8mm Film projector with 100w Auto Transformer
to enable variable voltages. In excellent condition both cosmetically and operationally
this projector was manufactured circa 1940 – 1950 by Keystone in Boston Massachusetts
the smallest state in the USA. This unit is mounted on the baseboard of the original
storage box, the top of the box is unfortunately missing
Hand wound heavy duty cast iron Projector. Built in the USA. Kodak Lens and Optics
Takes double perforated film. Made In the USA in 1920's for 16 mm Kodascope Safety
This is the first ever 16 mm home movie projector introduced in 1924 by Eastman Kodak
for use with their new 16 mm film format. The Kodascope model C was manufactured
by Eastman Kodak in Rochester New York and patented in USA on September 2nd, 1924.
Patent Number is 1620339, with other Patents Pending. Kodak own lens. It has a manual
winding handle providing all speed settings including 18 fps and 24 fps in forward.
A 1950’s Bell & Howell 8 mm film projector that with the exception of a service and
check before listing, has not been used. Correctly stored since new this projector
is as close to “mint” condition as is possible. It runs quietly and the Proval 1
Inch projection lens provides clear sharp film image. It has a variable speed control
and framing button and an angle control on the projector base unit.
Pathéscope 'H' 9.5mm cine projector
New belt fitted and tested
Launched in December 1937, the Pathéscope 'H' 9.5mm cine projector was designed and
manufactured at the Pathéscope factory in England The name 'H' was used to match
the current newer lighter 9.5mm 'H' cine camera.
Kodascope Eight -500 Cine Projector
For standard 8mm film; 200 inch spools; Kodak Projection Ektanon lens F:1 inch f/1.6;
2 sprockets, claw intermittent; lamp, motor, speed controls; integral case.
It is a Standard 8 film projector and does not have sound.
Bell & Howell 606H Projector for 8 mm Films
A fully working 1950’s Bell & Howell 8 mm film projector that has undergone a full
A Proval 1 Inch projection lens provides a clear sharp film image. It has a variable
speed control and framing button and an angle control on the projector base unit.
Serial Number 160802
Kodak Brownie 8 model A-15G Silent Film projector for 8 mm films (regular)