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Stereoette Camera

The Cameo Stereoette Camera was manufactured by the W. Butcher & Sons Ltd. company from 1910 to approximately 1915. Constructed of light metal, covered in leather and measures under 3 3/4 x 5 1/4 x 1 1/4 inches when closed. Capable of taking exposures on a 4 1/2 x 1 3/4 inch plate (107 x 45 cm). A double everset shutter is included which provides time and adjustable instantaneous exposures with bulb or finger release. Additional features include a level, an brilliant finder, rising front, rack and pinion focusing, a hooded focusing screen and a focusing scale from 4 ft to infinity. Fitted with a matched pair of rapid rectilinear lens working at f8 priced at £3 10 0, or Primar Anastigmats f6.8 priced at £8 or a Goerz Dagor lens f6.8 priced at £12.

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