Question about Cameras
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You should have had a cable come with your camera; one end would plug in to your camera with a small square end, and the other end would connect to your computer. The computer end would be a standard USB end. You should have also received a disc in your box that had software to load onto your computer. Once that software was loaded, you would plug the camera in. Your computer would recognize the camera and startup the software. A box would open and it owuld give you a choice of things to do. Usualy it would give you thumbnail views of all of the pictures in your camera and ask if you wanted to copy only some of the pictures over to the computer, or all of them. It would also allow you to delete all of the pictures from your camera.
If you go to either of the following websites you can download the software you need.
That should do it.
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
Kindly get it downloaded here :
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Posted on Feb 19, 2011
SOURCE: I have a Bell &
most of the projectors handle 2 different versions of 8 mm films.. and ..
in accordance with this feature again most of the projectors have a switch that can run either of the version..So,your projector should have a switch to handle either of the standards.8 mm film is slower than super 8 ..You must have recorded super 8mm and now triying to play on 8 mm..If I knew your movie camera model I can tell the which one is.As far as I have checked your projector can only hande and not capable
Sorry about it.you must find another projector that can run your super 8 mm..just in case if you need a user manual pls visit the link below..
Hope this helps..if not pls ask me more..
Bell & Howell 253 & 253AR Movie Projector Manual
Vintage Bell & Howell 253 AX 8mm Movie Projector
Condition: Used & Operational
Size: See Description
Color: Brown-Gray Wrinkle Finish
Country of Origin: United States
Manufacturer: Bell & Howell
This great machine has a metal plate that says: 115 V. AC 60 Cycle Only 500 W Max, amps, Chicago 45, ILL, U.S.A. Projector Model 253 AX Bell & Howell. It has the Frame lever and a switch that has Lamp, Motor and Off. It works great. A metal take up movie reel comes with the projector. The unit is compact and has the metal lid with a pushbutton that opens the projector when depressed. There is a switch on the side that has the Rewind and Forward.
It measures approximately 12 inches tall by 8.5 inches wide and 8.5 inches deep. It is a heavy, well built projector and is the Iron Horse of the 8mm movie projectors of the 1950's. This projector works great and it has been serviced and ready for you to watch your old home movies.
Posted on Aug 05, 2011
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