The projector can be connected up for audio-assisted and dissolve slide shows; it also has a V-24 PC interface for linking up to the multimedia world.
The Rolleivision 66 Dual P can be adjusted for 6x6 or 35mm magazines in no time at all. Inserting the magazine and start up take a matter of seconds. An integrated autofocus system with override function ensures optimum focusing on the screen. The interval light is automatically switched on in stand-by mode before projection starts and after the magazine has run through. The projector recognizes unoccupied magazine compartments and triggers a shutter to cut out sudden brightness on the screen.
If a lamp fails, the spare lamp switches on automatically. All functions can be comfortably controlled via the infrared remote control which can be removed from the housing. The projector is equipped with MSC (Multi-Sensor-Control) technology. This means microprocessor-controlled direct drive which ensures maximum functional reliability, freedom from vibrations and a long life.
Everything you need for a live presentation is on hand in the infrared remote control. You can start and end the slide show, give command for forwards and backwards projection, activate the preset slide screen time (timer) for an auto advance, interrupt it at any time, fine-tune the focus by hand, set the dissolve times and, using the memo button, select up to 16 slides you would like to show again at the end of the presentation. There are no cords or cables to worry about. The ergonomically favorable layout and the different sized buttons means that you can have everything under control at all times.
Autofocus ensures that, once the basic setting has been made manually, the rest is looked after automatically during projection. In certain circumstances, especially with different types of mounts, it may be necessary to fine-tune the sharpness on the remote control using the override facility. The 24V/250W halogen lamp ensures optimum illumination. To adapt the light to room conditions or to the size of the screen, the output can be reduced in 5% stages via a 5-step dimmer.
An automatic voltage stabilizer protects the lamp from overload in case of fluctuations in the mains voltage. Should the lamp fail during a presentation, the projector automatically switches to the spare lamp. An LED display indicates that the spare lamp is in use. A quiet and powerful axial fan takes care of heat problems and keeps slides at the right temperature. For safety reasons, it also operates when the lamp is switched off. In case of a malfunction, an integrated overload cut-out prevents any damage to the projector or the slide.
Unique Transport System
Rollei's interconnectable magazines are particularly recommended. They can easily be hooked into one another during projection and, in conjunction with the optional magazine track extension allows several magazines to be projected without interruption, one after the other. In "auto-reverse" position, the magazine is returned to slide 1 with the lamp switched off after the last slide. The projector starts again in line with the set screen time. Continuous projection can be programmed for slides 1-60 or parts thereof.
Synchronized Slide Shows
In combination with a slide synchronizer and a tape recorder or cassette recorder, the Rolleivision 66 Dual P can also be used for sound-supported, automatic slide shows (via the 8-pin socket). Anyone wishing to present a more sophisticated slide show will need to look at the possibilities offered by the Rolleivision Dual 66 P. A dissolve option offers a wide variety of creative possibilities from flowing picture fade-overs at various speeds to special effects such as blinking, flashing, alternating and sandwich.
Two Rollei projectors can be comfortably placed on top of each other with the optional AV Kit. It is adjustable and represents a space-saving alternative to conventional projection racks. A number of commercial pulse generators may be connected via the 14-pin dissolve terminal. In conjunction with a tape recorder (multi-track cassette recorder) the selected effects can be recorded on tape during the presentation in the form of control pulses in real time. The show can then be called up any number of times in sync with the sound.