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[at-l] Slides from digital
- Subject: [at-l] Slides from digital
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Susan Davis)
- Date: Wed, 30 Oct 2002 11:48:35 -0800 (PST)
>> How would one make slides from digital?
> Much cheaper to rent or buy a digital projector that hooks to a
Digital projectors are *very* pricey. On the other hand, many new
DVD players support Kodak Picture CD display, including the Apex 1100W
which you can get for ~$60 at Wal-Mart (and hack to disable the region
coding and Macrovision). Picture CDs can be created from digital
images or from 35mm, APS, or 120 film, if you go to a retailer with
the right sort of equipment. (Including -- full disclosure -- the
equipment that I work on for my day job.) You can also get traditional
prints from your digital camera while you're there.
And, as Shane mentioned, many digital cameras have a video out, too.
-- Raccoon --
(and, obviously, you can display the JPEGs on someone's monitor or
laptop if it's a small enough gathering)
Susan Davis <email@example.com>
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