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Conley Stereoscopic Camera, Model XIX

The Conley Stereoscopic Camera, Model XIX was manufactured by the Conley Camera Company of Rochester, Minnesota from approximately 1903 - 1917. This camera was designed as a complete stereo camera with all necessary adjustments. This camera did not come with a stereoscope viewer. It was also considered to be a combination camera as the septum could be removed and converted with single lens for 5 x7 images on plates.

The camera was constructed of solid mahogany wood, dovetailed corners and interior piano finish. It was covered with genuine leather and the bellows were also made of genuine leather. All metal parts were made of brass with heavy nickel plating and highly polished. The camera was fitted with two perfectly matched, high grade double symmetrical lens. The shutter was a Wollensak Regular, double valve stereo. This camera contained the Conley flexible valve 5x7 plate holder, reversible view finder, tripod mounts, rack and pinion focus. The camera measured 4 1/8 x 8 3/4 x 8 3/4 inches.

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