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Thread: Stereography

  1. #11

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    You can get a realist for the cost of a holga these days. look around. I think of the realist format I prefer the Revere 33. It is also available cheap. I went to the Verascope for the wider format- 7 sprocketholess wide instead of 5. It's a bit more money. But the revere is a nice camera, easy ergonomics and sharp lenses.

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    I have an antique stereoscope and a bunch of cards. I always loved my viewmaster growing up. I have a copy of the Stereo Realist Manual by Morgan & Lester, and am thinking of getting a Realist. I love playing around and using B&W film to get an antique look..

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    I too prefer the revere (or even better - the wollensak) to the realist..I sold my 2.8 when I got the revere (cept now that I picked up a custom - who knows)

    I really like viewmaster myself and wish there was a way to keep that dang cutter sharp and in spec

    and - duplicate the slidefilm before cutting so I could make small runs of subjects for the heck of it

    I bet it can be done digitally now with some kind of scanning and imaging to film chain

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    I've had good luck with the old Pentax stereo adapter set. One piece (two front-surface mirrors) screws into the filter thread of a 50 mm lens (35 mm camera) and gives two portrait images on a 24x36 mm landscape slide with a blurred border between them. The other piece (two eyepieces) holds the 2-inch slide (conventional mount). With a proper foreground cue, the stereo effect is good.

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    Look out for a Gomz Sputnik, I have one, its pretty cool

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    I have had a Realist for a few years now and it's really a great camera but takes a bit of time to think in stereo. Camera is like a brick--Literally. By using hyperfocal focusing,you rarely miss a shot. Just repaired a flash sync problem with a couple of regular screwdrivers. Have boxes of mounted slides ,but never thought of positive stereoviews. Could be the answer when slide film runs out There are D*** ways to manipulate images for printout. Gonna drag out the projector one day and amuse the wife and kids
    rob

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