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    the largest SLR ever made?

    Click and have a look at the 2nd photo in 2nd line at this site:

    http://www.museeniepce.com/index.php...n-photographie

    To me it seems there is a swinging 45° mirror about where that white dot up front is, projecting the image via a 2nd oblique mirror and further optics to produce a small aerial- or groundglass-image that can viewed via that oblique binocular or goggle.


    What do you think of that camera?

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    What strange images.

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    I guess you refer to those lenticular stere-photographs.


    I just found a photograph showing the front of that camera:

    http://www.novacon.com.br/basean6a_a...s/image008.jpg


    And as this is a stereo-camera I assume the main idea for an SLR-concept was to deliver both eyes different images.
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    Here is the patent to that camera:

    https://docs.google.com/viewer?url=w.../US2573243.pdf


    By substituting an ordinary lens for the special [stereoscopic] lens of this camera one obtains a camera for conventional photography which offers all advantages due to the improvements which form the subject of this invention.
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