Stereo Cameras
U.S. Technology
4D Magic Super135_38
U.S. Technology 4D Magic Super135_38
 
Camera Type 35 mm viewfinder lenticular stereo camera
Manufacturer U.S. Technology Ltd., Hong Kong, China
sold by Snap 3D, Toronto, Canada
Year Introduced  2005
Film 135 cartridge
Size 275 x 154 x 76 mm (W x H x D)
Weight 1464 grams without batteries
Lens Separation 26.00 mm, 52.00 mm, 78.00 mm, 104.00 mm
Image Format 24.75 to 26.33 x 29.94 mm (W x H) (images all have different widths!)
Image Window Separation 27.43 mm, 53.40 mm, 80.10 mm, 106.12 mm
Lenses Matched glass lenses, 1:5.6/38 mm, (3 elements in 3 groups?)
Diaphragms Manual, double lamellar type (diamond shaped) behind the lenses, continuously adjustable f/5.6 to f/22
Focusing Manual focus by focusing-knob on either side of the camera, 1.5 m / 3 ft. to infinity. Movement of the complete lenses
Shutter Electro-mechanical guillotine type shutter behind the lenses. Cocked during film transport
Shutter Speeds 1/125, 1/60, 1/30 sec. and "B"
Viewfinder Optical reflex viewfinder (approx. 0,7x) with Penta Prism; through separate viewing lens. With fresnel-lens and frame outline
Rangefinder Split-image rangefinder in viewfinder
Film Loading Automatic
Film Transport Automatic. With motor drive by 28.5 sprocket holes (= 135.375 mm), electronically counted via a rubberized roller
Film Rewinding Automatic. By pressing film rewind button
Frame Counter Digital, Additive, 01 to 59, self-resetting to 00
Flash Contact Hot-shoe and PC-sync X.contact. Synchronized at all speeds
Tripod Socket ¼ / 20 TPI
Selftimer n/a
Special Features Double exposure prevention, film transport indicator, film-level indicator, round spirit level on top, eyelets for carrying-strap
Accessories Operating instructions, camera bag, carrying strap, plastic lens cover
Notes Requires four "AA" type batteries (Alkaline)

Information about Film-Processing and Lenticular Prints
 Lenticular Processing


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