Stereo Cameras
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Camera Type 35 mm viewfinder stereo camera
Manufacturer Jules Richard, Paris, France
Year Introduced  About 1920
Film 35 mm movie film
Size 193 x 84 x 60 mm (W x H x D)
Weight 688 grams
Lens Separation 56.90 mm
Image Format 18.32 x 23.70 mm (W x H)
Image Window Separation 58.14 mm
Lenses Krauss Tessar, 1:4.5/28 mm, glass
Diaphragms Pinhole diaphragms between the lenses,  f/4.5, f/6.3, f/8, f/10 and  f/20
Focusing Fixed focus. Accessory lenses 0.5 m
Shutter Mechanical guillotine type shutter, pneumatically controlled, in front of the lenses. Cocked with lever.
Shutter Speeds Continuously adjustable from 1/400 to 1/5 sec. and "T"
Viewfinder Two Newton viewfinders (approx. 0,7x)
Rangefinder n/a
Film Loading Manual
Film Transport Manual, with knob. By 8 sprocket holes (= 38.00 mm), sprocket wheels on top and bottom.
Film Rewinding n/a. Film is transported from one brass spool to another.
Frame Counter Additive, 0 to 25. Manual reset.
Flash Contact n/a
Tripod Socket 7.5 mm hole
Selftimer n/a
Special Features Cable Release Socket, close-up lenses (0.5 m) can be slid in front of the lenses
Accessories carrying case
Notes The camera is the first camera to use 35 mm film and the first to use the "Colardeau Progression" (film transport by two image widths)

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