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8mm Movie Projector

MarketedMay 1967
Original Price17,300 yen (w/11mm f/2.5 and extra projection lamp)

This model was based on the concept of “a desk-top projector”, or a TV-style projector enabling daylight viewing.

The black “daylight screen”, which took five years to develop, was the key feature of this system. Specially treated to improve diffusion, contrast and anti-reflection, the screen delivered brighter images than contemporary TVs.

Users could switch between Regular 8 and Super 8/Single 8 using a lever.

Acceptable Film Regular 8 type 8mm film
Super 8 type 8mm film
Single 8 type 8mm film
Aperture Size 3.3 x 4.4 mm, 4 x 5.4 mm
Film Type Switching Switching by a lever
Projection Lens P-8 11mm f/2.5, 2 mirrors
Projected Image Size on The Built-in Screen Regular 8: 163 x 123 mm
Super/Single 8: 200 x 150 mm
Projection Lamp 100 V 150 W
Pilot Lamp Not available
Film Loading Manual loading
Standard Projection Speed Approx. 17 fps
Projection Speed Adjustable Range Not adjustable
Still Projection Not possible
Slow Motion Projection Not possible
Reverse Projection Not possible
Take-up Reel Capacity Approx. 60 m (200 ft)
Rewinding Manual start
Rewinding Time Approx. 70 sec.
Others Built-in rear projection type daylight screen
Power Source AC 100 V 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption 200 W
Dimensions (W x H x D) 253 x 199 x 298 mm
Weight 4700 g