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About Kindermann

Magic projectors with the powerful 150W halogen lamps are designed for the ambitious amateur as well as for school and seminars. The 4-channel IR remote control has clearly indentifiable command buttons: two buttons for forward or backward transport, two other buttons for overriding the selective autofocus, and a another button for activating the integrated laser pointer.

The quick slide change - approx 1.1 sec.- nearly shuts out the dark intervals between the single pictures. If there is no slide in the magazine, the slide-controlled diaphragm protects the audience against the dazzling projection light.

The auto focus automatically adjusts the sharpness of the picture. If needed you can override the mechanism on a manual switch on the remote control. All corrections are made so efficiently that they are nearly invisible to the eye

Summary of Customer Reviews

(6)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Strong construction (4),Bright projection (3)
Best Uses:
Home (4),Presentations (3),Viewings (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Photographer (3)

Kindermann Features

  • Selective autofocus
  • Remote control for focusing slides and for forward / reverse slide change
  • Halogen Lamp 24V / 250 Watt Lamp
  • 90mm f2.8 Multi-Coated Projector Lens
  • Compatible with 3 different magazines: LKM, universal or CS
  • Single slide holder, so single slides can be projected without a magazine.
  • Slide controlled diaphragm
  • rapid slide change approx. 1 sec.
  • Focus adjustment wheel, manual focus on machine
  • Connecting socket for timer, tape and IR remote control
  • Quick fuse change
  • On/off switch

Kindermann Specifications

Format
35mm
Lens Mount
90mm f/2.8 MC Lens
Focus
Auto Focus for correction of slides that may go out of range due to heat. (Hand focus the first slide the projector does the rest)
Illumination
24V / 250W Halogen Lamp
Tray Type
Accepts all LKM, CS, Universal straight tray slide magazines
Remote
forward/reverse slide change
Dimensions
10.6" x 11.6" x 4.8"
Weight
10 lbs (approx.)

Reviews about this item

Review Snapshot®

 
4.3

(based on 6 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

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    (0)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

GOOD SLIDE PROJECTOR FOR THE MONEY

Good construction and ease of use.The IR remote control has a laser pointer that is great for pointing out subjects.

VS

Most Liked Negative Review

 

it is NOT Multi Voltage

This review is mostly for European customers. Do you think this projector is Multi Voltage as described in feature list? No way! If you buy if from Adorama it is for American 115v only, so be careful. Good news that it is equipped with a fuse. If buy if from Adorama and need to make this nice projector working from European 220V. You can buy a special 220V to 110V adapter.

Reviewed by 6 customers

 
4.0

the only one out there

By

from Honolulu  -  Tech Savvy

I use the projector for reviewing our extensive family slide collection (5000+). Are in the process to digitize/archive them. We have standard and CS (straight) slide racks. The Kindermann is the only slide projector (non-Kodak) I could find. Technology seems solid but a bit dated. My 1995 Reflecta projector (back in Germany, 220V) run quieter and smoother. But beggars are no choosers. If you need one, this one works.

 
4.0

Crisp pictures, works great

By

from Lincoln, IL  -  Gearhead

viewing slides of European motor cycle events that were were made for commercial use in the early 70's. Love the auto focus feature Works great but construction looks a little fragile. Time will tell.

 
5.0

Good projector

By

from Chicago,IL.  -  Photographer

There is only a 150 watt halogen lamp,not a 250 watt as described in specifications.This is not a multi voltage projector.

 
3.0

it is NOT Multi Voltage

By

from San Jose, CA  -  Photographer

This review is mostly for European customers. Do you think this projector is Multi Voltage as described in feature list? No way! If you buy if from Adorama it is for American 115v only, so be careful. Good news that it is equipped with a fuse. If buy if from Adorama and need to make this nice projector working from European 220V. You can buy a special 220V to 110V adapter.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

GOOD SLIDE PROJECTOR FOR THE MONEY

By

from Chicago,IL  -  Photographer

Good construction and ease of use.The IR remote control has a laser pointer that is great for pointing out subjects.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Most Uses Friendly Projector I Ever Had!

By

from Oak Park, Illinois  -  Design Architect

Solid construction and well-built. Most user friendly Slide Projector I ever had. I highly recommend it.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
FRANCES E  With Kodak now not providing support for their projectors I had few choices. This seemed to be the best choice for home use. I am quite satisfied with it. I have three magazines, so load and unload them and store slides separately.
Mario R  Any Dissolve unit recomended to work with this kind of projector?
Andrew R  If there is, we don't appear to offer one. I'm pretty sure that Kodak dissolve units are not wired properly. I don't believe these units are currently being produced so any accessories may be hard to come by.
Everett G  I have Sawyers Rototray 100 slide tray for 2x2 slides can this be used in this projector? My old projector was a Sears EASI-LOAD R-43 it would except regular trays and rotory trays...I have slides from back in the fifties and sixies..??
THOMAS R  This projector can NOT accept rotary trays such as a Kodak Carousel. All that would work are linear trays. I have 5 that accept 60 slides each. If there were longer ones they could be accommodated but I am not aware of any. Hope this helps. If you can see the picture next to this answer you can see the "track" this side of the lens has one of these trays installed.
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