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    Quote Originally Posted by MFstooges View Post
    Anybody knows what kind of slide viewer and mount should I get if I use this kind of stereo lens : http://www.3dstereo.com/viewmaster/lor-licn.html ??

    I am sure the site sells them but I found it overwhelming with not enough information and confusing layout.
    It's all offered and listed right at the bottom of that page you linked to. Scroll down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rich815 View Post
    It's all offered and listed right at the bottom of that page you linked to. Scroll down.
    It seems they're all print viewers and mount, not for slide

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    you can mount the slides in standard mounts, as the 2 images are shot side by side on a standard 35mm frame. As for a viewer you need a old Stlitz or Pentax slide viewer that views standard 35mm slides. You could also buy a Russian stereo viewer kit - these come with a attachment that lets you use the beamsplitter as a viewer - I've used one with good results before - http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/STEREO-Co...item5af2b9cc99

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    PS - I have no connection to the seller- its just the first listing I saw for one..
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    My Uncle John used a Stereo Realist back in the day. In addition to being a physicist and working with Radiation Labs in Cambridge during WW II he had a master's in optics, so I'm sure he made his choice in an informed manner. Got some wonderful shots....

    Someone suggested a 3 D adaptor for a 35mm SLR, scanning in the result and viewing on a 3 D TV. Genius idea! We have a 51 inch Samsung 3 D TV. Now to find the adaptor.....

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    I am happy with my Kodak though it could use a CLA. The bubble level in the finder is a really nice touch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew K View Post
    you can mount the slides in standard mounts, as the 2 images are shot side by side on a standard 35mm frame. As for a viewer you need a old Stlitz or Pentax slide viewer that views standard 35mm slides. You could also buy a Russian stereo viewer kit - these come with a attachment that lets you use the beamsplitter as a viewer - I've used one with good results before - http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/STEREO-Co...item5af2b9cc99

    Cheers

    Andrew

    PS - I have no connection to the seller- its just the first listing I saw for one..
    Interesting item. However, I am not familiar with helios-44. Upon googling I found the thread size is 58mm but not sure if the item is exactly 58mm. And the viewer description is said capable of 50mm X 50mm. Such an odd size.

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