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B010      1951 Busch Verascope F40 Stereo Camera

 Manufacturer  Jules Richard, Paris, France. Sold to U.S.A. under the name of Busch Verascope from
 Camera Type  35 mm viewfinder stereo camera
 Year Introduced   1938
 Size (W X H X D)  168 x 80 x 56 mm (L x H x D)
 Weight  960 grams
 Film  135 cartridge
 Film Advance  Manual, Alternating by 6 2/3 and 20 sprocket holes (31.66 and 95.00 mm), Film guided
 by sprocker wheel on the top
 Image Format (H x W)  24 x 30 mm
 Frame Counter  Additive, from 1 to 19
 Shuttle Type  Guillotine type shutter, behind the lenses.
 Shuttle Speeds  B, 1, 1/2, 1/5, 1/10, 1/25, 1/50, 1/100, 1/200 sec.
 Lenses  Som Berthiot Paris, F = 40 mm, f / 3.5 or f = 4.5,, filter thread 20 mm
 Diaphragms  Iris diaphragms between the lenses, continuously adjustable f/3.5 to f/16
 Lens Separation  About 63.3 mm by a mirror system
 Focud Mode  Manual, 2 ft - infinity. depth-of-field scale, Movement of the whole lens
 Viewfinder  Galilean type, reduce size image
 Rangefinder  N/A
 Double Exposure  Prevention
 Selftimer  N/A
 Flash  Incorporated in later models only, Special connection is necessary
 Tripod Socket  1/4" - 20 threads
 Special Features  The camera can be switched to Mono Mode or Stereo Mode by a turning  knob, so it
 is possible that mono and stereo frams exit in the same film
 Accessories  User manual, Everready case, Slide mounts, Viewer, Projector

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