The Lloyd Stereo-Panoram camera was manufactured by the Ica A.G. camera company of Dresden, Germany from approximately 1909 to 1931. A multi-use camera taking stereo and postcard sized exposures 3 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches on roll film or plates. A center dividing partition is fixed for stereo work and the partition can be moved by a button on the back which moves the partition to one side for post card work. Additionally the stereo lens can slide to one side to move a single lens into the center. Another option is to cap one lens for separate images 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 inch in size. Constructed of an ebonized mahogany and aluminum body covered in black fine grain leather, and fitted with a leather bellows.
Features included rising, falling and sliding front, rack and pinion focusing adjustments, A rigid, U shaped front standard, a wire frame direct view eye-level finder, a brilliant finder with spirit level and one horizontal tripod socket. It was fitted with ether a Hekla anastigmat F6.8, a Carl Zeiss Tessar lens F6.3, or a Helios Rapid Aplanat lens F8 lens. The shutter was either an auto shutter or a compound type. Prices ranged from $61.00 to $133.50. It measured 11 1/2 x 2 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches when closed and weighed 65 ounces.
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