Operating Manual KODAK CAROUSEL Slide Projector

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KODAK CAROUSEL Slide Projector Operating Manual Single Slides

Operation Choosing a Curvedor Flat-Field Lens The lens you select depends on how you use your projector and what type of slide mount you use. So that you may choose the lens that best meets your needs, we do not include a lens with the projector. To obtain the best results of a projected image, insert slides with the emulsion side toward the projection lens, slide curve toward the light source. A flat-field lens works best for: general home projection glass mounts plastic mounts mixed mounts non-embossed cardboard mounts rear-projection applications duplicated slides A curved-field lens works best for: embossed cardboard mounts (Embossed mounts have beveled edges around the aperture. Kodak Premium Processing and Kodak Processing labs provide embossed mounts.) Lens Focal Length/ Projector Distance Use the illustration on the following page to help determine the lens focal length and projector distance. 14 KODAK CAROUSEL Slide Projector

Operation Editing Your Presentation Removing the Lock Ring To add or remove slides in the tray, you must first remove the lock ring. Turn the ring counterclockwise and lift off. Removing a Slide Rotate the tray to the slide you wish to remove. Firmly press and hold down the select bar to eject the slide. Adding a Slide When the lock ring is off, you can add a slide to any empty slot. (See Adding Your Slides on page 6.) Replace and secure the lock ring. 16 KODAK CAROUSEL Slide Projector

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    Operation Single Slides To project single slides, slide the power switch on. Remove the tray and insert a slide upside down into the projector gate. Push the slide all the way down. After viewing the slide, press forward, reverse, or the select bar to eject the slide. Selecting Slide Projection Lenses When buying a lens, consider features such as focal length (measured in millimetres), aperture (designed as an f/stop), and the lens design (curved or flat). When selecting a lens, remember that the shorter the focal length (i.e., the smaller the f/number), the brighter the projected image. Also, a curved-field lens, in combination with cardboard open face mounts from an automated mounting process, provide superior projection quality. A flat-field lens is the best choice for glass-mounted slides. KODAK CAROUSEL Slide Projector 13

    Operation Clearing a Gate Jam To remove a defective slide or foreign object stuck in the projector gate, you need to remove the tray. Slide the tray release latch in the direction of the arrow, and with your other hand, lift off the back of the tray. With the lock ring firmly in place, turn the 140-slide tray upside down. Retract the tray release latch in the direction of the arrow and align the index hole with the index notch. (For an 80-slide tray, rotate the metal plate until it locks into position.) Put the tray aside. Remove the slide or object from the projector gate by pressing the forward button or removing the slide manually. Remount damaged slides to protect your projector and slides from subsequent damage. KODAK CAROUSEL Slide Projector 17