You can use an Elmo TRV-16, which has video out. Also a Tobin TVT-16 which has video out. Both are standard definition and give a nice image. Some have S-VHS out, and some models just have composite out, depending on the model. As long as your video projector has Video in, or S-VHS in, these would work for your application.
Larry
Urbanski Film

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What kind of 16mm projector outputs a signal via cable,

digital or analog,

that you could then plug into a video projector as a source?


Project the 16mm film through a video projector,

but without converting the film to a digital file first........


how can I do this?
































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