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Stereo Realist 2.8 camera
David White Co., Milwaukee, Wisc. Stereocamera for 35mm film 2 x 24mm. Two White Anastigmat lenses f/2.8-22. Two blade shutters 1/2/5/10/25/50/100/200/B/T/ Couple ling base split image rangefinder; separate direct vision optical finder. Hinged lens cover; 'hot' accessory shoe. No 004304. In everready case.
Stereo Hawkeye Model No 2 camera
Stereo Hawkeye Model No 2 camera. Stereoscopic camera for roll film 118, two 3 1/4 x 3/4 inch. Bausch & Lombe RR lenses. No 5233. A folding stereoscopic camera for 118 size rollfilm, fitted with a pair of rapid rectilinear lens in a Bausch and Lomb shutter.
Sputnik stereo camera
Three lens reflex camera for 120 rollfilm 2 x 2 1/4 x 2 1/4 inches. With two coated anastigmat lenses I-22. F: 7.5cm f/4.5-22. No,008966. Twin shutters 15/30/60/125/B. Both lenses gear coupled to reflex viewfinder lens, brilliant focusing screen, centred ground disc. Hood with magnifier and sports frame finder. Made of moulded plastic. Made in Russia. Two lens caps, one missing.
Stereoscopic Spark Drum Camera
Spark drum camera for taking stereoscopic high-speed cinematograph photographs. Invented and used by Dr Lucien Bull, CBE, 1903.
Linex Stereo Camera
Made by Lionel; Linex Corporation New York. Subminiature stereo camera using special 16mm film in magazine, film moved by pulling film tab. With instructions and specimen strip. Serial No 110409.
Coronet 3D camera
Plastic body box camera for stereo, 127 rollfilm 2 x 2 x 1 5/8 inches. Fitted with two meniscus lenses of fixed aperture. Lever cocked instantaneous double shutter. Covering blade on No 1 lens permits single exposures. 'binocular Viewfinder', double binocular direct vision optical finders. Double socket flash contact. Instructions on back plate. Serial No D87476.
Kodak stereo camera
Stereo camera 35mm film, 2 x 23 x 24mm. Can use 335 or 135 film. Fitted with two Kodak Anaston lenses F:35mm.f/3.5-22. Helical front cell focusing coupled to both lenses. Twin shutters 25/50/100/200/B. Exposure indicator and depth of field scales. Direct vision reflecting viewfinder between lenses, built in spirit level visible in finder. Bayonet flash socket. Rotary frame counter. Serial No 019609. Eastman Kodak, 1954-1959.
Nimslo 3-D 35mm camera
Nimslo 3-D 35mm camera. 35mm automatic 3 Dimension. Hot shoe.Automatic shutter, electronically programmed, 1/30 to 1/500 seconds. Serilal No.230910334. 30mm Quadra lens system; 30mm f/5.6 Air Spaced Triplets with coated high indexed optical glass elements, prefocussed to 6' (2 metres) to infiniity. Serial No 1202.
Le Glyphoscope camera and viewer
Solid body camera for 45 x 107mm plates. Fitted with two achromatic lenses, sliding plate with three apertures. Sliding shutter T?I. Folding optical frame finder. Shutter panel detaches to convert to stereoscope No.16417. Jules Richard
verascope stereo camera
Verascope stereo camera, J. Richard, France. Metal bodied stereo camera 43 x 106mm plates. Fitted with Zeiss anastigmat lenses S II F:54mm. Nos 48715, 48699. Sliding plate with two apertures T/I with brilliant reflecting finder, optical frame finder, push pull plate changing magazine with metal sheafs for 11 plates with 11 cut film holders No 10206.
Goerz-Anschutz stereoscopic camera
Goerz anschutz stereoscopic camera . Collapsing "Klapp" camera for 9 x 18cm plates. Fitted with two Goerz Dagor series III lenses F: 125mm f/6.8-45, Nos 279163, 279175. Coupled helical focusing mounts.. Variable lens separation 6.5-8cm. Sliding rising and cross front. Cross permits single lens to be centred for panoramic pictures. Anschutz focal plane shutter, 7 widths, 3 speeds giving 22 speeds from 1/10-1/1200 sec B & T. Folding optical frame finder with blue rear lens. Ground glass focusing screen with hood. Stereo septum. Double lens cap. C.P. Goerx. c.1904
Voigtlander stereoscopic camera
Solid body stereo camera for 43 x 107mm plates. Fitted with two Heliar lenses f/4.5-16 Nos. 111423, 111424. T/I shutter, speed ring numbered 1-8. Helical focusing and both lenses are coupled. Brilliant reflecting finder. Spirit level fitted. With hinged holders inside the camera for ? 30mm square filters. Push pull magazine back for 12 plates in sheaths. With flexible metal darkslide. Automatic exposure counter and optical frame finder. Voigtlander.
Hare stereoscopic camera
Folding stand camera for 6 3/4 x 3 1/4 inch plates, tailgate type. Fitted with 2894 when received. No lenses. Rack and pinion focusing on the rear panel. Sliding rising front. Swing back. Swing up ground glass focusing screen. Cloth septum. G. Hare.
Le Glyphoscope stereo camera/viewer
Metal bodied stereo camera for 44mm x 107mm plates. Fitted with two achromatic lenses with three apertures in sliding plate marked 012 T/I shutter, optical frame finder, shutter panels removed, convert to stereo viewer. Ground glass screen with provision for holding transparencies with one transparency. Camera No 16594. Jules Richard
Voigtlander 'Stereophotoscope' camera, c 1910
Voigtlander "Stereophotoscope" camera, with leather case, c.1910.
Bioscope stereo camera
Bioscope stereo camera made by E. Caillon, Paris. 11x4.5cm. plates carried in slide changing back holding 12 plateholders. Automatic exposure counter. Flexible wood darkslide. Two 54mm. f4.5 lenses Stylor by H. Roudsel, Paris. Iris diaphragms. Nos.30611, 30612. Separate shutter release for T and I, Shutter cocking lever. Frame finder ? modification. In leather case with focussing back
heidoscop stereo camera
Heidoscop stereo camera, c 1927. Manufactured by Franke & Heidecke, Braunschweig. Camera no. 102082. For 6 1/2 x 14cm plates or rollfilm 1200 2 x 6cm square. Two Zeiss Tessar lenses F:7.5cm f/4.5-25 numbers 1216937 and 1216938. Reflex viewing lens Zeiss Schuker - triplet F;7.5cm f/4.2 No 1245798. Twin three blade shutters, 1/2/5/10/25/50/100/300/B/T. Focusing knob rotates all three lenses ground glass reflex focusing screen with built in spirit level, hood with magnifier and hinged mirror for eye level viewing. Roll film back 31396. Overall (deployed): 145 mm x 180 mm x 140 mm.
The Stereolett stero camera for plates or cutfilm 4.5 x 10.7 cm.
The Stereolett stero camera for plates or cutfilm 4.5 x 10.7 cm to give 4 x 4cm pictures. Fitted with two Dagor double Anastigmats F.6.8, 60mm f.l made by C P Goerz with a viewing lens positioned between the two. Speed dial of pneumatic stereo conpound type with speeds for B, brief time, Z for tiem exposures and M with operates the instantaneous. Has an optical brilliant waist level finder and direct vision finder on the eyepiece. Metal covered in grained black leather. ICA, c.1912. With one spare magazine.
sanger-shepherd colour stereo camera
Sliding body camera for 7 1/2 x 4 3/4 inch plates. Three paires 2 1/2 x 2 1/4 inches. With two rapid rectilinear lenses f/8-64, sliding separation 2 - 2 3/4 inches. Rack and pinion focusing. Flap shutter missing. Repeating back with frame for three colour filters (missing) and a blockform double darkslide. Sanger Shepherd.
Hare stereo camera
Hare stereo camera, made by G. Hare. Mahogany folding camera for 7 1/2" x 5" plates. No lenses, sliding single lens panel. Sliding rising front, front panel fixed and rear panel moves focusing by rack and pinion. Two-way swing back, square bellows, flexible divider, ground glass focusing screen.
Xit stereo hand camera for plates
The Xit camera, c 1909. A H form collapsing camera for 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 inch plates. Fitted with a Goerz Dopp Anast. Series III Dagor lens F:125mm, f/6.8-45 No.284856 in compound shutter 1/2/5/10/25/50/100/250/B/T. Helical focusing by lever. Lens panel locates in two positions on side struts for extra extension. Ground glass focusing screen and added folding optical frame finder. Spirit level. Shew and Co. c 1909. With leather label giving owners name. Overall (deployed): 150 mm x 130 mm x 180 mm.
Lancaster Stereo Instantograph camera
Folding stand camera for 6 3/4 x 3 1/4 inch plates. Fitted with two lancaster rectigraph lenses f/7-40 in Primus lens protector bags. Rack and pinion focusing. Sliding rising front. Swing back. Lancaster patent swing out focusing screen. J. Lancaster c.1890
Stereo Kodak Model 1
Stereo Kodak No 1 lenses on stereo Hawkeye body for 3 1/2" rollfilm 3 1/4 x 3 1/4" modified to take stereo Kodak model 1 lenses and shutters. Kodak anastigmatic lenses F:130mm f/7.7 - 45. Nos. 52859 52873. Ball bearing shutter 25/50/100/B/T. Rack and pinion rising front focusing. Reflecting brilliant finder on baseboard, with an added optical frame finder. Patented Jan 10 1910 - Jan 07 1913. Camera no. 7080. Overall (deployed): 140 mm x 275 mm x 160 mm.
'Glyphoscope' stereo box camera
The 'Glyphoscope' stereo box camera for plates 1 3/4 x 4 1/4. With a two position guillotine shutter between the lens type. With fixed speed and time and three apertures; fully open, medium and small. The lenses are fixed focus SYmmetrical types 61mm f.1 F.8. Viewing via a direct vision finder, mounted at side. The whole front of the camera can be detached to forma steroscopic viewer. Jules Richard, c.1900
Adams stereo vesta camera
Folding camera for plates 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. Fitted with two Zeiss Tessar lenses F: 12cm f/6.3-45 Nos 169222, 169223. Double compound shutter, 1/2/5/10/25/50/100/200/B/T. Screw focusing. Sliding rising front, movement coupled to front lens of brillaint reflecting finder. Double spirit level on baseboard. No. 940. Ground glass screen with hood. Adams and Co c.1911.
Stereo puck camera, 1931
Stereo puck camera, 1931. Box camera for 120 rollfilm and two 1 1/2 x 2 1/4 inch simple lenses of fixed aperture. Double rotary shutter T/I. Single reflecting finder. Prov. Patent 12602/31.
Stereoscopic spark drum camera
Spark drum camera for taking stereoscopic high-speed cinematograph photographs, invented and used by Dr. Lucien Bull, C.B.E. 1903. Also display box of 5 electrical parts relevant to camera.
Sangar Shepherd colour camera
Sangar Shepherd & Co, 5-7 Grey's Inn Passage, Holburn, London WC. For 3 stereo colour seperations on 1/1 plate. Two rapid rectilinear lenses, adjustable seperation; sliding box body with rack focusing, flap shutter. Repeating back with filter holder.
stereolette stereo plate camera
Stereolette stereo plate camera. Folding for 45 x 107mm plates. Fitted with two Aldis uni anastigmat lenses f/7.7-32. Double compound shutter 1/2/5/10/25/50/100/250/B/T. Rack and pinion focusing, rack and pinion rising front. Spirit level. Folding optical frame finder (not original). Ground glass focusing screen. No. B 17315. Reflecting finder missing. W. Butcher.
Thornton Pickard special "Ruby", 1928
Thornton Pickard special "Ruby" camera with anastigmat f2.5 Taylor-Hobson Cooke Series X lens, focal length 6 3/8 inches, 1928.
Blair Stereo Weno camera
Folding bellows format, rollfilm stereo camera. Takes 3 1/4 inch square pictures. Has a Bausch and Lomb RR lens with iris f8-128; TBI shutters reflex brilliant finder; focussing 6-100 feet. The camera is adapted for 120 film. It has a black leather-covered body, maroon bellows. This camera has been adapted to take 120 rollfilm.
Voigtlander stereflextoscope camera for plates or cutfilm
Voigtlander stereflextoscope camera for plates or cutfilm 6 x 13cm. Plates 4.5 c 10.7cm. With reflex finder. Lens standard has rising and fall movement, Fitted with a Voigtlander Heliars F.4.5, 75mm f.l. Shutter gives speeds 1sec to 1/250sec. Aperture can be set at B, brief time and Z time exposure to M. Voigtlander, c.1923
Lancaster Stereo Plate Camera
Lancaster Stereo Plate camera. Wooden folding camera for 3 1/2 x 7 inch plates. Fitted with two Lancaster achromatic lenses F:5 inches f/10 - 40 instantograph type. Sliding, rising front with rack and pinion focusing. With a swing back ground glass screen on Lancaster patent swing-out frame (M4030).
verographe stereo camera
Verographe stereo camera. Solid body camera for 6 x 13cm plates. 2 Krauss Tessar lenses F:75mm f/6.3. Sliding plate with 3 apertures 6.3,8,11.3. Nos. 115051, 115056. Sliding plate shutter - open, time and instantaneous settings speed adjustment calibrated 1-5. Sliding focusing on lens tubes by lever. 2 focusing scales, one on each lens for colour and black and white plates. Colour/ black and white plate indicator. Folding optical frame finder with pin back sight. Push-pull magazine plate holder with 11 plate holders. No 6039. Manufactured by E.P.T. Paris. Overall: 72 mm x 170 mm x 130 mm.
Summum stereo camera
Stereo camera for 6 x 13cm plates. Fitted with a Saphir Boyer lenses F:8.5cm f/4.5 No 36401, other lens missing. Adjustable double sliding shutters, 1.5/1/2/5/10/25/50/100/300/B/T. Large optical frame finder, depth of field scale, ground glass focusing screen.
stereo plate camera
Stereo plate camera, possibly by Hare. Mahogany folding field camera for Stereo. Lenses and panel missing. Sliding rising front. Screw focusing on rear plate. Vertical swing back, and square bellows. The central divider is missing. For 8 x 5 inch plates.
Stereo hand camera for plates
Folding camera for 6 3/4 x 3 1/4 inch plates. Fitted with two swift rapid paragon lenses F: 5 1/2 inches f/5.65-64 with linked diaphragms and 3 point bayonet. Roller blind shutter in focal plane with remote release on baseboard. Twin bellows. Lens panels with adjustable separation by screw. Focusing screen (glass missing). 1918 on strap retaining piece. Probably homemade.
The Century Stereo Camera
Folding stereo camera for 7 x 5 inch plates ( 2 x 3 1/2 inches x 5 inches). Fitted with twin rapid symmetrical lenses Us 8-128. T/I/B shutters. Sliding rising front, drop front. Rack and pinion focusing. Brilliant reflecting rotating finder on baseboard. Ground glass focusing screen 9missing) in spring back). Roller blind septum. No. 39086. Century camera co.
Toux stereo camera
Silver plated brass plate camera for 4 x 10.5cm plates. Lens panel missing, sliding shutters, defective, push-pull plate changing box. L. Toux
Glyphoscope stereo camera and viewer
Combined camera and viewer for 4 1/2 x 12 cm plate, 2 x 5- x 45mm. Two Achromat lenses, sliding aperture plates with two apertures. Sliding T/I shutter. Optical frame finder shutter panel removes to convert to stereo viewer, holder for transparencies and ground glass viewing screen, (missing). Serial No 34444.
Bioscope stereo camera
Bioscope stereo camera made by E. Caillon, Paris. 11x4.5cm. plates carried in slidechanging back holding 12 plateholders. Automatic exposure counter. Flexible wood darkslide. Two 54mm. f4.5 lenses Stylor by H. Roudsel, Paris. Iris diaphragms. Nos.30611, 30612. Separate shutter release for T and I, Shutter cocking lever. Frame finder ? modification. Also has focussing back.
Folding plate camera for stereopairs or single pictures
Possibly made by Hare. Mahogany folding camera for 4 3/4 x 6 1/2" plates. Three lens panels; 1. Leviathan (regd.) rapid rectilinear lens, 7x5, F:9", f/8-64 (broken?); 2. Two F:5 1/2" lenses f/8-64, for stereo pairs; 3. Uncut panel with two lens centre marks. With fitted Thornton-Pickard Time and Inst. shutter, 1/15-1/90 second. 3 1/2 x 6" for stereopairs. Sliding rising front; swing back, both directions. Rack and pinion focusing on rear panel. Swing-out ground glass screen; removable flexible divider for stereo. With three bookform wooden double darkslides and focusing cloth.
The Challenge Stereoscopic folding bellows camera
'The Challenge' a Stereoscopic folding bellows camera for negatives 4 3/4 x 6 1/2. Hinged front. With rack and pinion focusing. Screw between the lenses separates them. With two Ross London, Goerz patent double Anastigmat f.7.7 6" focal length. mounted into a Thornton Pickard stereo shutter blind with speeds 1/15 sec to 1/90sec B. &T. Mahogany with brass fittings. J Lizars, c 1908.
Stereo Graphic Camera
Folding stereo camera for 5 x 7 inch plates. No lenses, focal plane shutter, six tensions, four slit widths giving 24 speeds from 1/10th to 1/1000. Rack and pinion focusing, double extension, ground glass screen in swing out frame. Drop front baseboard, sliding, rising front. Folmer - Schwing Division of Eastman Kodak. 1920.
Stereo Hawkeye Camera Model 6
Stereo Hawkeye Camera Model 6, serial no. 2369. Successors to the Blair Camera Co. Folding stereo camera for 3 1/2 inch rollfilm 2 x 3 1/4 square. Fitted with two Bausch & Lomb rapid rectilinear lenses US 4-64 and a Bausch & Lomb shutter 1/2/5/25/50/100/B/T with pneumatic release valve. Tack and pinion rising front, and rack and pinion focusing to 6 inches. With reflecting brilliant viewfinder on the baseboard. In leather case. Overall (deployed): 120 mm x 275 mm x 170 mm.
Stereolette stereo camera
Folding camera for 5 x 11.5cm plates, 2 x 4.5 x 4.5cm. Fitted with two lenses f/8-32. Coupled shutter I/T/B. Rack and pinion focusing, Ground glass focusing screen. Nos 123513 and 123514. No. 99989. ICA, Dresden.
Kodak stereo camera using 35mm perforated film
Kodak stereo camera using 35mm perforated film giving stereo pictures 24 x 24mm. With two Kodak Anaston lenses F.3.5 35mm f.l. With front cell focusing. With reflex type viewfinder between the lenses. The 4-speed shutter set by moving the body between the two lenses with speeds 1/25, 1/100 sec and B. Shutter is synchronised for flash. c.1950
Stereo plate camera, by Walker
Folding stand camera 4 3/4x61/4 plates. Three lens panels with lenses: F: 31/2" Rotating stop plate, f .11,16,22,32,44, maker unknown. Dallmeyer 4" lenses with slot for Waterhouse stops Nos. 2055,2056 THH lenses F:6.1", rotating stop plate: f.11,16,22,32
Stereophotochromoscope camera (? Ives). Box form camera for 5x7" plates; pair of lenses with reversing prisms for automatic transposition on negatives intended for production of transparencies. Flap shutter; rack focusing on sliding box with lenses. repeating back with focusing screen; filter/plate holder missing.
Cia stereo box camera
Box camera for quarterplates 2 x 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 inches. Fitted with two simple lenses - sliding aperture plate with three apertures. Each lens can be blacked off by sliding strips. T/I/B shutter. Folding frame finder with pendulum level device, slides into camera top when folded. Ground glass focusing screen. No plateholders. No. 27279.