Graflex Stereo Graphic

Manufactured between 1955 and 1960, the Graflex Stereo Graphic 35mm camera is a rather basic, though effective, stereo camera. It takes a pair of pictures with each exposure allowing for, I believe, 18 stereoscopic prints.

The exposure settings are as follows: f4(cloudy), f5.6(hazy), f8(bright), f11(brilliant) and f16 (no description, but I vote for supernova).

 

Make Graflex
Model Stereo Graphic
Year 1955 – 1960
Format 35mm
Shutter Graflex
Speed B,I(1/50)
Lens Graflex Graflar
Dual f4 35mm
Focus Fixed
Aperture f4 to f16
Light Meter No
Rangefinder  No



Categories: 35mm, Graflex, Stereo

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2 replies

  1. What a beautiful camera. Stereocameras fascinate me. I know Grapflex from their 4×5 cameras, not the 35mm cameras.

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