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Coronet THREE-D

Coronet Three-D
A British stereo camera from the fifties. This camera takes stereo pairs on 127 film. I particularly like the binocular finders.

You'll see other variations of this camera with different finder arrangements, and you might notice the illustration on the cardboard packaging shows a single direct-vision finder. The earlier cameras also had a little reflex finder with the front window being where the round 'coronet' moulding is on this camera.
Coronet Three-D
The back of the camera has brief instructions on using the camera to take single exposures, but I can't think why you'd want to, can you?
Coronet Three-D
The camera was supplied with a simple folding viewer for viewing the prints.

And for those of you who think a stereo camera should be shown in 3D, here you go! (X-eye format)

Coronet Three-D

Here is a link to a copy of the Coronet Three-D instruction manual on Mike Butkus' excellent website.

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