The Delta Stereo Camera was manufactured by the Lennor Engineering Company of Chicago, Illinois in circa 1955. The camera was either constructed of metal and finished in a blue enamel finish and leatherette covering or made of black plastic with brushed satin aluminum face plate and leatherette covering. It was fitted with a matched pair of La Croix f6.3 lens and a guillotine shutter providing speeds from 1/25 to 1/100th part of a second, plus bulb.
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