Item 2018.09.03.016 - Haneel tri-vision stereoscopic camera

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Haneel tri-vision stereoscopic camera

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  • (ca. 1945) (Manufacturing)
    Haneel Tri-Vision Company
    United States

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1 piece of photographic equipment : camera ; 6 x 5 x 13 cm

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This item is a plastic and metal stereo camera manufactured by Haneel Camera Tri Vision. Camera is able to take three-dimensional and single images. Comes with Lestra-Lite color corrected lens. Features include snap back cover,internal spool to load film. The winding knob on top of the camera turns and secures film. Each camera takes 6 sets of nearly identical pictures on a roll of film. Left (L), Centre (C), and Right (R) are written on the back of the object above three small red windows. L, C, and R are designed to prevent double exposures on film. To take a single image, the lens cap is placed over the left hand lens, then shot, turn the spool, cover the the right hand lens with the lens cap and shot again. The three adjustments on the aperture are marked small F:16, medium F:11 and large F:8.

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Good condition missing camera lens cap.

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Collected by the late Dr. Martin J. Bass and Gail Silverman Bass and donated to the Ryerson University Library and Archives by Gail Bass in 2018.


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Haneel Tri-Vision. Haneel Tri-Vision Camera Instructions. Retrieved from

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