Kodak Stereo CameraThe Kodak Stereo is a 35mm film camera that was produced between 1954-1959. The camera uses two lenses to take pairs of 24x24mm exposures on standard 35mm film. The photos are then viewed in a dedicated image viewer to enjoy the 3D effect. Kodak made approximately 100,000 units during its five year production.
The Kodak Stereo Camera features a pair of three element Kodak Anaston 35mm f3.5 lenses. The lenses are coupled so that rotating either one sets the focus on both lenses. The right hand lens has a distance scale calibrated from 4 feet to infinity, and the left hand lens has zone settings for "close ups", "groups" and "scenes." The shutter speed and aperture controls are located on the top of the camera, making the camera easy to use. The camera also features a brown bakelite body, and a countdown type film counter.
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