Stereo Cameras
Kodak Stereo Kodak Stereo
 
Camera Type 35 mm viewfinder stereo camera
Manufacturer Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, NY, USA
Year Introduced  About 1954
Film 135 cartridge
Size 176 x 73 x 61 mm (W x H x D)
Weight 688 grams (903 grams with everready case)
Lens Separation 70.00 mm
Image Format 22.65 x 25.00 mm (W x H)
Image Window Separation 71.20 mm
Lenses Kodak Anaston Lens (glass, matched), 1:3.5/35 mm. Threaded filter retaining rings for Series V filters.
Diaphragms Iris diaphragms between the lenses, adjustable from f/3.5 to f/22
Focusing Manual, 4 ft. - infinity. Movement of the front elements
Shutter Double lamellar type shutter, between the lenses. Cocked with film advance.
Shutter Speeds 1/200, 1/100, 1/50, 1/25 and "B"
Viewfinder Optical reflex viewfinder (approx. 0,25x). Parallax-free. Spirit level in viewfinder
Rangefinder n/a
Film Loading Manual
Film Transport Manual, with transport knob by 10 sprocket holes (= 47.5 mm), sprocket wheels on top and bottom
Film Rewinding Manual. Unlocking with rewind release lever. Large rewind crank.
Frame Counter Subtractive, 28 to 0. Manual reset.
Flash Contact ASA bayonet
Tripod Socket ¼ / 20 TPI
Selftimer n/a
Special Features Double exposure prevention (overrideable), film-level marker, eyelets for carrying-strap.
Accessories Operating instructions, everready case, viewers (Kodaslide I (f: 46 mm) and Kodaslide II (f: 42,85 mm)), Bulb Flash
Notes n/a
  
If you have problems with your camera, and if you feel comfortable repairing cameras, you may want to have a look at the following page:
 Kodak Stereo Camera Repairs
 

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