Noris Norisound 4100 Stereo - filmtransfer modified (super8 stereo sound) (used)
We offer this device in the form of hire purchase. This means you don't have to decide up front if you want to rent or buy this device.
You pay the selling price and afterwards you may keep the device or return it. You'll pay 20% of the selling price for every week you have the device in your possession, with a minimum of €35.
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This film projector has been checked, cleaned and tested and is 100% OK.
The following things are included:
- a 2-month warranty
- a test report
- a copy of the manual
Noris Norisound 4100 stereo - modified for scanning films
To fransfer you super8 films (with stereo sound), without flicker of the images.
This projector is specially modified:
- 3W LED lights, adjustable brightness
- Special telecine lens
- Speed projector is synchronized on the basis of the camera. This ensures always flicker-free images when transferring.
The projector is supplied without a camera. The camera that you use needs to have an analog video output. This is connected to the projector to synchronise the speed of the projector.
Noris Norisound 4100 stereo
marketed in 1977-78
super 8 mm film
- Schneider-Kreuznach Xenovar MC f: 1.2 F: 15.5-28 mm
- Will-Wetzlar vario-Travenon f: 1.3 F: 16.5-30 mm
- Schneider Xenovar 1:1,1 / 11 - 30 mm MC
lamp: 3W LED - adjustable in brightness
lamp brightness settings: High, Low
reel capacity: 240 m
film loading: automatic threading
projection: forward, reverse
projection speed: 18, 24
film counter: yes
sound: magnetic playback on both sound tracks
sound mode: mono, duo, stereo
amplifier output: 2 x 20 W
recording: magnetic recording on both tracks
sound-on-sound: sound-on-sound, fading sound
recording level control: auto and manual
sound mixing: possible
input trminal: Microphone, Phone
input jacks: 5-pin DIN (European type)
output terminal: External Speaker
output jacks: 2 x 2-pin DIN (R&L)
built-in speaker: yes
built-in film cutter: ?
motor: magnetic motor
power source: 110, 130 , 220, 240 V
weight: circa 8,500 g
dimensions: 180 x 240 x 360 mm
made in Germany by Noris