A Miniature Working Model of a Film Projector

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Introduction: A Miniature Working Model of a Film Projector

About: film historian, an archaeologist at the cinema, the author of publications and books on the history of early cinema, reconstructor devices before the birth of cinema.

I have created a miniature working model of a film projector "Victoria-1", Italy, 1920 at itself in home studio from scrap materials. This model is made entirely by hand using a minimum of tools. The film was made with images of some help in the software and photo printer.

Scale: 1.10 Materials: tin, brass Motor: 6V Projector Lamp - LED 12 volts. The format of the film with a fragment of the movie - 2 mm. It is the world's smallest projector works with film width of 2 mm.

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9 Comments

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johnip4
johnip4

6 years ago

Sergey, I think it would be a nice piece to display. I don't think he would make movies for it though.

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johnip4
johnip4

6 years ago

Sergey, I think it would be a nice piece to display. I don't think he would make movies for it though.

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johnip4
johnip4

6 years ago

Do you have drawings for this or your other models? My son is a cinematographer, everything is digital now. I would like to build one of your models for him.

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Sergey1966
Sergey1966

Reply 6 years ago

Hello, you want so that he show a micro movie?

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btoliver
btoliver

6 years ago

I 2nd the last comment. This was really well done. Very unique.

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Sergey1966
Sergey1966

Reply 6 years ago

Many thanks!

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Sergey1966
Sergey1966

6 years ago on Introduction

Many thanks! I badly I know English, but I'll try to write more detail about the process of creating such models. The library has a lot of pictures of models.

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amberrayh
amberrayh

6 years ago on Introduction

This is amazing! I'd love to hear more about the process of building it.