Top 10 Best Vintage Slide Projectors

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Top Rated Vintage Slide Projectors

DIGITNOW 22MP Allin1 Film ( Photos, Built-in 128MB Memory, 2.4 LCD Screen)
Product Highlights:
  • converts 35mm/135, 110, 126kpk and super 8 films,slides & negatives into digital jpeg format within 2 seconds.
  • stand-alone and no computer required, tranfers your old film/slides to color or black&white picture in sd card(up to 32gb, not included) and supports to adjust the brightness or color of image.
  • with software interpolation, digitized photo quality up to 22 megapixels
KODAK SCANZA Digital Film ( Tilt-Up 3.5" LCD, Easy-Load Film Inserts, Adapters & More)
Product Highlights:
  • film to jpeg in seconds - powerful 14/22mp kodak film scanner converts old 35mm, 126, 110, super 8 & 8mm negatives & slides to jpeg digital files - note; the scanza will not convert films other then 35mm, 126, 110, super 8 & 8mm negatives
  • large, bright 3.5" tft lcd - high definition built-in color display features adjustable brightness & convenient tilt for easy operation & image viewing
  • an adapter for everything - unit arrives w/multiple film inserts & adapters for fast, flexible operation; big one-touch buttons allow for one-step scan & save
Vivitar 3000AF Carousel Slide ( Slide Projector)
Product Highlights:
  • 35mm slide projector
  • vivitar quality
Vintage Kodak Carousel 850 ( Projector With 140 Tray)
Product Highlights:
  • kodak carousel 850 slide projector
  • f:3.5 lens
  • kodak projection zoom extanar lens
Vintage Kmart Projector Focal ( Holds 100 2x2 Slides)
Product Highlights:
  • vintage projector focal rotary tray;
  • holds 100 2x2 slides in album kmart vintage projector focal rotary tray
  • holds 100 2x2 slides in album kmart;
View Master Boxed Set ( Boxed Set)
Product Highlights:
  • for kids 3 and up
  • contains 3 reels
  • comes with a storage container for the reels
Epson VS250 SVGA 3200 ( (white Light Output) HDMI 3LCD Projector)
Product Highlights:
  • more accurate, vivid color, even in well lit rooms ? 3,200 lumens of equal color and white brightness (1). fan noise eco mode 28 db. normal mode 37 db. digital zoom (manual)/focus (manual)
  • svga resolution (800 x 600) ? ideal for projecting everyday presentations and graphics. projected distance 30 inch 350 inch (0.88 10.44 m). pc and mac compatible
  • f number:1.44, focal length:16.7 mm, zoom ratio:digital zoom 1.0 ? 1.35, pixel number:480,000 dots. fast, easy setup with epson ? get up and running in no time with easy image adjustments and convenient control
AP Photo Illuminated Slide ( Pictures - Tabletop & Handheld Portable Device)
Product Highlights:
  • take a stroll down memory lane with the ap photo slide viewer! this handheld slide viewer is compatible with all 35mm and 2x2 inch (5x5cm) mounted slides, and it displays your memories the lighted and the 2x magnification allow you to see everything in great detail!
  • lightweight portable design for handheld use: this heavy-duty mini slide negative viewer is very lightweight and compact, so you can store it easily and take it with you everywhere you go. the premium 35mm slide viewer also allows for both tabletop and handheld use based on your needs
  • simple and super-easy to use: the 2x2 slide viewer is battery operated and it only requires 2 aa batteries (not included). you can then get a slide, insert it into the top slot and the picture will automatically appear on the viewing screen. the color slide viewer is pressure activated, so it's very easy to use.
PanaVue Automatic Lighted 2x2 ( Slide Viewer For 35mm)
Product Highlights:
  • stack and view up to 36 slides
  • easy push-pull operation
  • 2 5/8" square viewing screen
Kodak Carousel Projector 5200 ( Projector 5200)
Product Highlights:
  • automatic focus
  • 102mm f/2.8 lens
  • built-in viewing screen

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