Description: Made in the second half of the 1950s in a run of approximately 100,000, this was the last model of stereoscopic cameras made by Kodak. The camera is functional, and versatile enough for an amateur or professional. The photograph was made for Kodak’s Kodachrome film, although it would be functional with any 35mm film.
One design unique to this camera is the spirit level between the stereo lenses. If making negatives on a tripod, the level could be viewed by the photographer before making the exposure. This ensured a quality photograph from a fairly basic amateur camera.