Pathéscope Princess 9.5mm cine projector

Made:
c. 1959 in England
maker:
Pathescope Limited

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Pathéscope Princess 9.5mm cine projector
The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
Science Museum Group Collection

Pathescope Princess projector, 1960. For 9.5mm film on 400 foot reels. Fitted with a colotar projection lens F: 32mm, helical screw focusing. Double claw intermittent, no sprockets. Gate and lens mount on hinged arm. Framing adjustment on claw mechanism. 22v prefocus lamp with mirror and condenser lenses. Push on, push off switch for lamp. Adcraft 200-250v electric motor, AC only, manufactured by R T Adcock & Co Ltd, London, Serial No 179A92. Provision for hand turning, for still projection. 4-core supply lead connected to transformer. Tripod support, legs detachable. 400 foot take up reel. Serial No RP 95 1702.

Pathéscope Princess 9.5mm cine projector, made by Pathé in England, c.1959.

For 9.5mm film on 400 foot reels. Fitted with a colotar projection lens F: 32mm, helical screw focusing. Double claw intermittent, no sprockets. Gate and lens mount on hinged arm. Framing adjustment on claw mechanism. 22v prefocus lamp with mirror and condenser lenses. Push on, push off switch for lamp. Adcraft 200-250v electric motor, AC only, manufactured by R T Adcock & Co Ltd, London, Serial No 179A92. Provision for hand turning, for still projection. 4-core supply lead connected to transformer. Tripod support, legs detachable. 400 foot take up reel.

The Princess was launched as half of a low price cine/still outfit with the Prince camera. It was aimed at the amateur market, and was priced at £11-11 for the hand-turned version, or £14-14 for the version with a motor.

Details

Category:
Cinematography
Object Number:
1990-5036/4072
type:
projector
taxonomy:
credit:
The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
status:
Permanent collection

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