The Plaskop camera was manufactured by the Ica A.G. camera company of Dresden, Germany in circa 1925. An inexpensive and simple stereo camera designed in a rigid trapezoidal box. Constructed of wood with leather covering and black painted metal hardware. Two models were made which were capable of taking exposures 45 by 107 mm or 6 x 13 cm on six individual metal plate holders or film packs. Fitted with a matched pair of Ica Novar anastigmat f6.8 lenses with a 6 cm focal length. The front guillotine shutter provided basic instantaneous and time exposures. Features included a direct view wire finder and a reflex finder.
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