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This page shows a list of all the vintage projector reviews and articles available on Everything Vintage.
The Eumig company produced many high quality, reliable cine projectors but probably their most famous model was the classic P8m unit.
The Chinon C-300 is a budget, fairly basic 8mm projector, capable of showing both standard 8 and super 8 films which was made in about 1976.
This post is the first in a short series which looks at the Specto 500, a standard 8 cine projector which was made in the UK in the early 1950s
This post looks at the Elmo E-80 projector which is a standard 8 model made by Elmo, a very reputable manufacturer, in Japan in the early 1950s.
The Chinon Universal 8 cine projector was introduced in 1967 as a machine capable of showing both the standard 8mm home movieand the new Super 8 format film
This article looks at the Eumig P8 automatic 8mm cine projector, which was one of the later models in the P8 range that Eumig produced in great quantities in the 1950s and 60s.
This post describes a new addition to my worryingly growing 8mm projector collection - the Bolex 18-5 Super 8 movie projector.
This post features probably the most classically vintage looking 8 mm projector in my collection, it's a vintage Bell & Howell 8mm projector model 606 H.
This is a short post looking at an 8mm projector which I estimate was made in the late 1950s, the Bell and Koon Synchro Pet.
This post is about the Bolex 102 MTC desktop film projector which was made towards the end of the 8mm home movie era.
This article is about the Agfa Family 8 home movie system from the early 1980s, which provided a very clever, integrated way to capture family events on super 8 film
This article takes a look at a stylish and beautiful 8mm film projector from the 1950s, the Noris 8 Synchro Super