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Interval timer/controller for Hasselblad PCP80 slide projector

adam ajina , Feb 15, 2006; 11:16 a.m.

Hi

Does anyone know where I can find a simple interval timer or automatic control system for the old Hasselblad PCP80 MF slide projector? At the moment all I've got is manual/remote. The PCP80 has 3 connector inputs for external control (6, 8 & 12pin). I tried a 6- pin timer for the Ektapro but unfortunately it was too small. All I need is a potentiometer-type interval timer, not a complex dissolve box for multiple projectors and/or computer control.

Really appreciate your help with this,

thanks a lot

Adam

PS i also put out an ad for up to 10 (ten!) preferably used Leica Pradovit RT-s projectors - if anyone has any for sale, please get in touch. None @ ebay at the mo

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