Aldis Minor slide projector

Made:
1953 in Birmingham
maker:
Aldis Brothers
Aldis Minor 2"x2" Slide Projector
      This projector for 2"x2" [or 35mm] slides uses a 100w 240v A1 pre-focus lamp and has a mirror and three condenser

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Aldis Minor 2"x2" Slide Projector This projector for 2"x2" [or 35mm] slides uses a 100w 240v A1 pre-focus lamp and has a mirror and three condenser
The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
Science Museum Group Collection

Aldis Minor projector. For 2 x 2 inch slides. 100w, 240v, A1 lamp prefocus. With three condenser lenses and mirror. Helical focusing movement. coated Petzval type projection lens. Two elevating screws. With bulb and 2-pin plug; plug stamped Clix Patent Made in England.

Aldis Minor slide projector, made by Aldis Brothers in Birmingham, 1953.

This projector takes 2x2 inch slide transparencies.100w, 240v, A1 lamp prefocus. With three condenser lenses and mirror. Helical focusing movement. coated Petzval type projection lens. Two elevating screws. With bulb and 2-pin plug; plug stamped Clix Patent Made in England.This example has a slide carrier but it can be exchanged for a filmstrip carrier.

Details

Category:
Cinematography
Collection:
Kodak Collection
Object Number:
1990-5036/2720
Materials:
bakelite, glass, steel (metal) and white metal (unknown)
Measurements:
overall (with slide carrier): 160 mm
type:
transparency projector
taxonomy:
  • tools and equipment
  • equipment by process
  • image viewing equipment
  • image projecting equipment (unit)
credit:
The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford