Mounting Realist Stereo Slides

Discussion in 'Antiques and Collecting' started by crabby, Jan 14, 2008.

  1. crabby

    crabby Member

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    I've shot a few rolls with a Stereo Realist. Results came out well but I have trouble mounting the developed film. Yes, I've read all the guides and helpful websites. I'd still rather pay somebody to mount the slides correctly.

    Are there any members who shoot stereo and could mount the slides for me?
     
  2. unhinged

    unhinged Member

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    I shoot with a Stereo Realist and don't find the mounting all that hard. What mounts have you got? I use the RBT plastic mounts. They've got little plastic sliding inserts that I press in and they fit the sprocket holes of the film. It can be a bit slow, I've not got a proper film cutter, just some scissors, but looking at each slide as it's mounted makes up for it.
     
  3. thuggins

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    Go to http://www.3dstereo.com/

    Get the plastic mounts and the film cutter (it sits on your light table for perfect cuts). It is very fast and easy to mount the slides!