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B007      1950 Iloca Stereo (1st Version) Camera

 Manufacturer  Iloca Camera, Wilhelm Witt, Hamburg, Germany
 Camera Type  35 mm viewfinder stereo camera
 Year Introduced   1950
 Size (W X H X D)  177 x 70 x 64 mm (L x H x D)
 Weight  590 grams
 Film  135 cartridge
 Film Advance  Alternating 7 perforation and 21 perforation steps by turning advance wheel
 Image Format (H x W)  24 x 30 mm
 Frame Counter  Subtractive, from 20 to 1 
 Shuttle Type  Prontor S, central type, between the lens, cocked with lever
 Shuttle Speeds  B, 1, 1/2, 1/5, 1/10, 1/25, 1/50, 1/100, 1/300 sec.
 Lenses  Illing Hamburg Ilitar, F = 45 mm, f/3.5
 Diaphragms  Iris type, between the lens
 f/3.5 to f/16, continuously adjustable
 Lens Separation  66.5 mm
 Focud Mode  3 ft. to inf., movement of the front lenses, adjustment must be made separately on
 each lens
 Viewfinder  Galilean type, reduced size image
 Rangefinder  N/A
 Double Exposure  Possible
 Selftimer  N/A
 Flash  PC-outlet
 Tripod Socket  Threaded, 1/4" - 20 threads per inch, in the center
 Special Features  The camera can be switched to Mono Mode or Stereo Mode by a turning  knob, so it is
 possible  that mono and stereo frams exite in the same film
 Accessories  User manual, everready case, slide mounts, viewer, projector

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