And you thought 3D was a new thing? Exakta cameras has been on top of the 3D game since the 1930’s!
While its difficult to tell from the seller’s images, this camera appears to be a mid-late model (likely somewhere around the 1950’s) considering the markings on the front are embossed and not engraved.
The camera features a waist level viewfinder and comes with a set of stereo eyecups that attach to it. The front Jena stereo attachment splits the image from the lens into two distinctive images. It also appears that a third lens, or a possibly a wide-angle attachment is included in the auction. Unfortunately, due to the fact Ebayer Shphoto-gmbh offered very little information regarding his item, it is hard to tell for sure exactly what comes with the camera, and what kind of shape it is in.
Also, while we can’t say for sure whether or not the seller’s unit has this feature, many Exakta models were know to have a knife built into the bottom of the body to aide in slicing film.
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