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Movie projectors

Are you are a cinema and movie fanatic on the lookout for high-quality movie projectors? Look no further. Choose from a range of 8mm, Super 8 and 16mm high-quality film formatting & portable movie projectors. Projectors work by using a lamp of a varying brightness (measured as units of lumen for any nerds out there) to display a series of images through a lens onto a flat screen or surface. Look for top brands such as Epson projection units or top of the range HD units.

8mm projector

Time to invite your mates over for some popcorn and soda, because it's movie time! Kick back and chill to some great cinema with an 8mm portable movie projector. They are easy to set up and put away, letting you enjoy a stress-free movie. Set up an outdoor cinema for you and your mates, or have yourself an impressive indoor movie screening with the family. Though be warned, many 8mm movie projectors are silent.

If you want a piece of cinema history, an old vintage 8mm projector might be for you. Those still in working order may not provide the best visual quality, but as collectors' items, they are second to none.

Super 8 projector

Spark up the barbie and invite the family over; it's time to watch those old family movies. There's no better way to watch them than with a Super 8 projector. Invoking a deep sense of nostalgia, Super 8 gives a dated feel, making them great for old movies. Modern Super 8 projectors will have a crisper and more detailed projection and come with a number of extra features, such as HDMI inputs and aux sockets.

16mm projector

16mm projectors were often used in schools for educational videos, so these would be great if you're feeling nostalgic for those old visuals. There are a number of modern 16mm projectors available, some with the ability to connect to your home computer where you can transfer film onto a DVD. Some units even come with a built-in HD camera that records directly to an SD card.

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