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    When using slides, is it advisable to have them mounted?

    If I want to scan and archive the slides but also be able to show them to friends, is it possible to use the slide projector using non-mounted slides?

    For medium format slides, what are the opportunities as for slide projectors?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stefyxz
    When using slides, is it advisable to have them mounted?

    If I want to scan and archive the slides but also be able to show them to friends, is it possible to use the slide projector using non-mounted slides?

    For medium format slides, what are the opportunities as for slide projectors?
    So far I know MF slide projectors are hugely more expensive to their 35mm counterparts...
    The equipment can only bring you so far - the rest of the photographic journey is done by you.

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    slide projectors need mounted slides...

    if u want to scan, non mounted is the best way...

    MF projectors hard to find and costly...

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    i read that the heat from projectors will cause/hasten colour loss on slides. is it true?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sillyme
    i read that the heat from projectors will cause/hasten colour loss on slides. is it true?
    Over time, yes it will.

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