Stereo Auto Graflex

Introduced in 1904. Two 6 inch Bausch and Lomb f/6.3 Tessars with iris diaphrams and a focal plane shutter with 1/10 to 1/000 of a second shutter speeds.

Folmer's Patent, April 5, 1904. The stereoscopic form of the regular 5x7 Graflex Camera. Using many of the same film holding accessories the Stereo Graflex creates two images on a 5x7 film format. Unique design features for this camera include a rising front that allowed the photographer to crop the foreground when desired. Focusing through the lenses created the the strereoscopic effect when focusing.


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