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136 pages

LIFE

1955-11-28

This year, enjoy the satisfaction of giving these truly fine photographic instruments. Your authorized Realist dealer will be glad to help you make a selection and arrange easy terms. STEREO REALIST . . . f:3.5. The camera that sees the same ...

About this book
LIFE Magazine is the treasured photographic magazine that chronicled the 20th Century. It now lives on at LIFE.com, the largest, most amazing collection of professional photography on the internet. Users can browse, search and view photos of today’s people and events. They have free access to share, print and post images for personal use.



368 pages

Glass, Brass, and Chrome, The American 35mm Miniature Camera

Creator: Karlton C. Lahue, Joseph A. Bailey | History - 2001-09-01

The American 35mm Miniature Camera Kalton C. Lahue, Joseph A. Bailey. American and European 35mm stereo cameras whose manufacturers hoped to share in the market.3 Even so, the Realist never ... Ilex furnished both the 35mm dual matched f/3.5 lenses and the interconnected flash-synchronized leaf shutters ( 1 to ...

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

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The golden age of the American 35mm camera coincided with three tumultuous decades in United States History. Born in the Depression years of the 1930s, the American 35mm reached its maturity during World War II. In the span of only three decades, a toy of the rich became a household gadget. InGlass, Brass, and ChromeKalton C. Lahue and Joseph Bailey present an absorbing, nostalgic account of American 35mm hardware, its evolution, and the role it played in making photography the number-one hobby in the United States. The golden age of the American 35mm camera coincided with three tumultuous decades in United States History. Born in the Depression years of the 1930s, the American 35mm reached its maturity during World War II. In the span of only three decades, a toy of the rich became a household gadget. Glass, Brass, and Chrome Kalton C. Lahue and Joseph Bailey present an absorbing, nostalgic account of American 35mm hardware, its evolution, and the role it played in making photography the number-one hobby in the United States.



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THE CAMERA The REALIST Camera is the keystone of the system — and it's 100% American designed and made. Synchronized 55 mm F:3.5 coated lenses, speeds up to 1/150, built in flash synchronizer. Internal focusing ... Either way, system provides for extreme accuracy of transparency spacing for best stereo viewing.


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The Stereo Realist is a stereo camera that was manufactured by the David White Company from 1947 to 1971. It was the most popular 35mm stereo camera ever manufactured ...

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The Kodak Stereo Camera was a 35mm film stereo camera produced between 1954 and 1959. Similar to the Stereo Realist, the camera employed two lenses to take twin shots ...


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There's a second neck-strap lug with D-ring, the second port for the stereo mic, and an access door for the Secure Digital card slot, which is compatible with UHS-I and SDHC / SDXC cards. It's also worth noting that the Combine that with the ultra ...
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