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Jeff Stewart
Posts: 2
From: Reading, Berkshire, United Kingdom
Registered: Aug 2008

 - posted August 16, 2008 09:34 AM      Profile for Jeff Stewart   Email Jeff Stewart   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I found this 8mm equipment in the attic:

Eumig Mark 602 D Projector (No instructions) Made in Austria, working but bulb is gone and i can't find a manual to change it.

Sankyo super LXL 255 Macro (with instructions) The cradle for the batteries is broken so i haven't tested it, it seems to take a form of film cartridge that i have none of.

Elmo Zoom Auto-Eye 8SS with an Elmo Zoom Grip,(with instructions) Its wind up, has variable film speed.

Ohnar 8mm VU-Editor (with instructions) I think that that sprocket behind the prism cover is half seized up apart from that it works just as the manual says.

And finally a AGFA Splicer K, Made in Germany (with instructions) this dose work i used the instructions and performed a splice it went well till i used the 'Johnson Cinecol Film Cement' that is probably twice my age.

any information will be appreciated and any offers will be considered.

thanks a lot,


I also have some unused film that should have been developed before 1970, i assume that i should just throw that out? but i will wait form someone to confirm that.

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Bill Brandenstein
Phenomenal Film Handler

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From: California
Registered: Aug 2007

 - posted August 18, 2008 11:05 AM      Profile for Bill Brandenstein   Email Bill Brandenstein   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
Hmmm... I see at www.donsbulbs.com no listing for a Eumig 602, although other 6xx projectors and the 510D use the venerable 12v/100w EFP. A quick google search will turn up a few places that will sell you a replacement manual.

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