Kodak
Carousel 750H Slide Projector
Introduced 1972




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We bought this slide projector new for home use.  We eventually bought a second projector, a Kodak Ektagraphic E-2, so we could develop background slides to go with Brenda's songs she sang at various churches.  We also bought a projector stand to stack up to three projectors and a disolver unit to fade slides out from one projector and in from the other for a smooth transition.  Using a reel-to-reel tape recorder, we would record the music track on one channel and then record the disolver signal on the other channel by mannually running the unit during the recording session.  It would normally take several tries to get it right.  But once we did, all we had to do was play the tape for the music and to run the slide projectors automatically.  It worked well.  The problem was hauling all that equippent around from church to church and getting it lined up and ready to go.  Today's digital world is a lot easier and cheaper.  This projector was referbished in 2012 and works today.