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Kodak Carousel 4600 Projector

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Specification: Kodak Carousel 4600 Projector

Product Dimensions

12 x 10 x 6 inches

Item Weight

14.97 pounds



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Customer Reviews

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Best Sellers Rank

#894 in Video Projectors

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

November 7, 2000



Country of Origin


10 reviews for Kodak Carousel 4600 Projector

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  1. Adam

    I just checked it out and am very pleased with the projector. It’s very clean and is like new. I tested it with one of my old 140 slides tray and all went seamlessly – no hiccups. The autofocus function worked well and the 2 cords are surprisingly long.

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  2. Caren

    Projector was exactly as advertised. It was in like new condition and well packaged. It works very smoothly. We even got an extra bulb. I was so pleased, I ordered the carousels from the same company. I am now busy organizing the family slides.

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  3. Happy Dog

    Bought this from Slide Central and glad I did! This projector is as good as brand new!!! Bill is a model for other vendors regarding customer service, integrity, value for the money and prompt shipping.Bill is so helpful, e nsuring you get the right gear for your needs. I’d give them 8 stars if I could. Don’t risk buying a used projector anywhere else. These machines are as good as new!!!! I learned a lot talking with Bill and he truly seeks to deliver on his service, products and concern for you the customer!

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  4. Daniel Green

    My dad had an old Kodak projector, and as an adult I too went with Kodak for my slides. This all predates digital cameras by several decades. I consider myself an advanced amature photgrapher as evidenced by wins at several local photo club competions, several county fair competitions, and took a first place and a 4th place in ASHI Pentax’s 1968 World Photo Contest, after which they claimed had it drew over 600,000 entries.After accumulating nearly 8,000 slides, I needed to consolidate the volume of storage for my dozens of 3″ X 12″ X 12″ carousels; I added a Bell & Howell “Cube” system. The B&H offerred the capability of housing 640 slides within the same “footprint” space as my Kodak which maxed out at 140 slides/tray. The Cube held 40 slides with 16 cubes in a box comparible to my Kodak carousels. My brother went with a Sawyer vertical carousel system, but he always had difficulty of jams and fought with his projector at every family slide show marathon.I have moved many times over the years and even though I still had my Kodak, the lenses and parts finally couldn’t take it any more and it wasn’t worth maintaining. So, I was stuck with the Cube system. I found the cube system’s only advantage was “space”, as all other attributes paled in comparison to my original Kodak. With the Cube, all the slides are stuck in order and are extremely difficult to change out or sort, difficult to find a specific slide, are difficult to load into the cube and are slow to advance to the next slide to be presented. The system was always much noisery than my Kodak.I’ve changed over to digital photography and wanted to edit and cull out meaningless slides and then to digitize several thousand “keepers” while retaining the original film slides. I just couldn’t do any of this with the Cube system. I searched the internet and was quite surprised to find on Amazon, some Kodak’s [still brand new] available. I purchased the 4600 at a great price, and am extremely happy. It has precision smooth operation, is quiet, has dual light levels, and you can easily pull out a special slide. I can’t say enough that Kodak maintained the superior design and workmanship throughout the life of the 35 mm slide era. Bravo and thanks Kodak. I am now digitizing with ease, and know that I won’t part with my Kodak slides…my kids will have to part with it some day, but not me. PS, I’ve also had 3 generations of Kodak Digital cameras as well as my Pentax and parallel comparison to my daughter’s Cannon Digital SLR Rebel. The Kodak’s have served me well on two industrial construction projects taking over 16,000 images, and still compete with anyone up to 10 Megapixil. I only miss the great light and fine focus – great depth of field available with an f1.4 50mm lense.

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  5. Meg Wysatta

    Lost our projector in Harvey flood. Wanted to have a slide show during family reunion. Worked out perfect.

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  6. Amazon Customer

    Our old Kodak slide projector failed to advance slides. While searching for a repair facility, I happened upon Slide Central. Bill Riggins who owns the company with his wife, Sarah was very helpful. Our old projector was not worth repairing, but as an alternative, bill offered a newer, better featured projector at a fair price. We cannot imagine what we would have done with all our 35mm slides if they had not been so forthcoming. They live up to their promises. We highly recommend them!

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  7. Amazon Customer

    Have 30-40 years of family slides that I want to digitize and no longer had a working projector so turned to Amazon and Slide Central. Much better option than sorting through all of the used projectors on eBay and hoping that you get one that actually works. Great customer service from Bill & Sarah and they are available to help with any questions you might have, including some advice on how to do the digitization on your own if you don’t want to send them out for processing. Would highly recommend getting your projector from Slide Central.

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  8. Debalina

    If you are like me, of a certain age when all the photos of your childhood are in a 35mm format – this projector was exactly what I needed. The one I had started smoking when I plugged it in and it went in the garbage. Thanks to the folks who sole me this, I was able to recapture great memories. I had some operational issues ( me, not the projector) and they called me to walk me thru the correct operation of the projector. Best company, best team ever!!

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    The projector was perfect and upgraded from the original. If you need a slide projector, I would recommend this company.

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  10. Mona

    I spoke with the owner of Slide Central. Mr. Bill Riggins, when we were not able to view individual slides using the holder that attaches in place of the carousel. It was a pleasure to speak with Mr. Riggins, he is a true professional. He politely advised that it was likely the projector itself, not the individual slide holder/adaptor, but I still went ahead and ordered another holder. Unfortunately the individual slides would not feed through the new adaptor smoothly and I had to accept that the projector needed replacing. I put off buying the new projector for three years, but I knew exactly where I planned to order from: Slide Central. Needless to say, the new projector worked flawlessly and came in a sturdy case with compartments for extra bulbs. We are grateful to Slide Central for their service!

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