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Kindermann Magic 1500 35mm Auto-Focus IR Projector #8021

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About Kindermann FKM801

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

Kindermann FKM801 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

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