Stereo Cameras
Wollensak Stereo 10 Wollensak Stereo 10
Camera Type 35 mm viewfinder stereo camera
Manufacturer Wollensak Optical Co., Chicago, IL, USA
Year Introduced  About 1950
Film 135 cartridge
Size 170 x 79 x 59 mm (W x H x D)
Weight 846 grams
Lens Separation 69.78 mm
Image Format 23.42 x 25.20 mm (W x H)
Image Window Separation 70.64 mm
Lenses Matched glass lenses, Wollensak Amaton 1:2.7/35 mm. Threaded filter retaining rings for Series V filters.
Diaphragms Iris diaphragms between the lenses, continuously adjustable, stops at f/2.7, f/4, f/5.6, f/6.3, f/8, f/11, f/16 and f/22
Focusing Manual, 3 ft. - infinity (0.91 m - infinity) by movement of the film plane
Shutter Mechanical Wollensak Rapax Stereo Synchromatic central type shutter, behind the lenses, cocking with film transport (separate cocking-lever for double-exposures)
Shutter Speeds 1/300, 1/200, 1/100, 1/50, 1/25, 1/10, 1/5, ½ sec. and "B", "T"
Viewfinder Newton viewfinder (approx. 0,5x), with parallax-compensation with lever on back side (3 - 10 ft. and 10 ft. - infinity), bubble level
Rangefinder separate rangefinder, base 74 mm, enlargement approx. 1.2x
Film Loading Manual
Film Transport Manual, with knob by 10 sprocket holes (= 47.5 mm), sprocket wheels on top and bottom
Film Rewinding Manual, with rewind-button
Frame Counter Mechanical, Additive, 1 to 29. Manual reset.
Flash Contact Hot shoe (not standard)
Tripod Socket ¼ / 20 TPI (not in the center)
Selftimer n/a
Special Features Double exposures possible, eyelets for carrying-strap, depth-of-field scale, cable-release socket
Accessories Everready case,  Flash unit (bulbs)
Notes Similar to Revere Stereo 33

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