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Description The Coronet 3-D is a stereo camera that was manufactured in England c1954. It's made of bakelite and takes 127 film. The little knob to the upper left of lens #1 allows that lens to be blocked in order to take single pictures (as opposed to stereo pairs). As you can see, this model has a binocular viewfinder, but there was another model (made of mottled plastic) with a single viewfinder.
Date 17 March 2008(2008-03-17), 10:42
Source Coronet "3-D"
Author John Kratz from Burlington NJ, USA


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