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I wanted to take a look at a few slides the other day, but couldn`t find my projector. I had photographed a girl, and thought the slides looked too dark when I they lay on the light-table. I found it in my closet behind a record-player, a few empty boxes, and a bag full of socks. When I think about it, I guess I haven`t used it in over a year. The scanner and the screen has definitely taken over, but holy mackerel did that photograph look good on the wall! At two by two meters it looked amazing, and it did not look amazing on my screen...
For economical reasons, I always order just development, I want the slides unmounted. Usually there`s only one or two frames I want to use, and that`s the reason why my projector is rarely used. Now I wonder what the big slides from the Hasselblad would look like if I ever got my hands on one of those BIG projectors...
Does anyone use them anymore?

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i bet it did look good at frist...but sometimes in life that look really good doesnt make for a good picture. i have no idea about the big projectors...i know my uncels father-in-law used to have one and i could ask around...but i think he got ride of it because something broke...*shrug*
My father had some projector that he used to view kodachromes...

I don´t have experience in this...I don´t have money to shot in slides...I would love to do this.....

The picture is a little dark in my screen.
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