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    Brand new 3-D Nishika stereo camera/flash

    Now you can shoot linticular 3-D pictures. Of course, you can't get them made any more, so far as I know -- anyone? -- but the camera can still be used to shoot half-frame standard 3-D prints and slides.

    OR

    You can take regular half frame pictures four at a time --- you never have to order double prints!

    Or you can show it to people and just let them figure things out for themselves. I figure the flash alone is worth the cost.

    So, $25 plus $5 shipping, this unit is never used, in the original box with original documents, etc etc etc. Paypal is just marvelous.

    ps... just noticed someone left batteries in the flash, there is a titch of corrosion on one of the little springs in there but will clean up nicely. Camera, so far as i can tell, is unused.

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    come on, someone has to want this thing....

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    Anyone? (crickets.....)

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    someone in canada asked about this but apparently asking for an extra $2.50 to handle the $10 in postage (I eat the difference) was too much.

    OK, anywhere in the US or Canada, $30 includes postage. International postage must be what it actually costs. Ain't running a charity here.

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    Brand new 3-D Nishika stereo camera/flash

    If you give me $20 I'll take it off your hands. ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by rich815 View Post
    If you give me $20 I'll take it off your hands. ;-)
    no, but if you will send me digital evidence (receipt) that you have donated $25 to APUG I'll send it to you for free.

    it's heavy, you can use it to fight off transients next time you take a stroll along 6th street south of market...


    deal?

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    there are still place that make 3D lenticular prints from
    film exposed in these cameras ..

    http://www.snap3d.com/s_3d_consum_pr.html

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    Brand new 3-D Nishika stereo camera/flash

    On their home page, they say they are no longer doing film.

    http://www.snap3d.com/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by ambaker View Post
    On their home page, they say they are no longer doing film.

    http://www.snap3d.com/index.html
    those linticular prints were crap anyway. The ones i had made from a Nimslo camera years ago have faded badly.

    You can use this camera to shoot print 3-d pair and since they're vertical half frames they don't need to be cropped -- not that you crop square ones, but just saying.

    This format -- the earlier much higher quality Nimslo linticular cameras -- for a while even sparked a small industry of people making close-up lenses that fit over the interior two lenses of these cameras to take close-up 3-d.

    Which is not to say that hitting people isn't still the highest and best use of this camera, but print stereo pairs would also be easy to do.

    ct

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    You can also take the individual frames and make them into frames of an animated .gif to see the 3D effect. I've done this with shots from my Nimslo.
    Reid

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    "If I had a nickel for every time I had to replace a camera battery, I'd be able to get the #@%&$ battery cover off!" -Me

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