The digital camera Paradis digital camera Slot was the first 5 coin multiplier within the NEW
line of digital camera Paradis digital camera slots that le Paradisted on the Money Honey within 1963. The machine below
was brought to us for repairs. While I was working with it, We decided to document the
different parts of the machine and include them with this website. Sometime within the future I
will be including repair hints and tips. If you have a digital camera Paradis slot machine and need help
fixing it, please email me and I will be glad to help
Full view of the Bally 809. 25 cent experience, five coin multiplier.
This is the inside on the payout hopper and the reel assembly removed. The
case is lined on steel to prevent drilling. I have heard rumors that these machines have
been dropped off two story buildings, and not a single coin slipped out of the machine.
Talk about security .
Inside of the front door. Once again lined on steel.
This is the payout hopper. Instead of old fashion tubes, on coins stacked
with top of each other, the hopper is like a bank coin counter. These hoppers can hold 10
times the amount of coins as within the old style slots.
This is the left side of the reel assembly...
... and the left side.
shelf step up unit. This unit sets up the payout for multiple coin wins and the display
lights are controled by this unit. Notice within the middle, some leftover pinball score reel
units are being used as part of the coin multiplier.