Projector #2

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Tiny Hailee

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Projection Room

Capitol 6

Victoria, CA

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Taken on: January 16, 2007

Uploaded on: January 23, 2014

Exposure: 1/40 sec, f/2.8, ISO 160

Camera: SONY DSC-S500

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Date time: Mon Jan 15 17:03:29 -0800 2007

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Exposure time: 1/40

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Date time original: Mon Jan 15 17:03:29 -0800 2007

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Projector #2

We called this projector Big Bertha, she was a mean old thing that had a mind of her own! This projector was the last projector that we would train our projectionists on because of it’s complexity and generally mean nature ;)

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Jason Whyte
Jason Whyte commented about Projector #2 on Feb 27, 2014 at 7:30 am

HUGE thanks for this photo. I have photos of Bertha when she was dismantled and put behind this area when the Barco went in.

Jason Whyte
Jason Whyte commented about Projector #2 on Feb 27, 2014 at 7:34 am

Also we were able to get SDDS to work in here in about 2010 or so. Also this was a much older, 70mm capable RK-60 whereas the other ones were a bit more Simplex to thread. (Yeah, lame joke I know.)

rl_83 commented about Projector #2 on May 28, 2014 at 4:26 pm

Funny how’s that’s the same projector, by the time I saw it in person, all the stuff had been stripped from it!

Hailee commented about Projector #2 on Aug 18, 2015 at 6:53 pm

Yeah once digital came in all the old 35mm projectors were usually stripped of anything that management/staff wanted to keep as souvenirs, haha. My husband and i have lenses and other parts from the projectors from the theatre in Kelowna we were working at when it went digital.

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