Edixa Stereo

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The Wirgin company joined the mid-1950s boom in stereo cameras with a series of three Edixa Stereo models for 35mm film. A basic scale-focus model IA was joined by a IIA and IIIA with rangefinders; the top model also carried a selenium meter.[1] All offered paired Cassar lenses from Steinheil.


  1. Prices on the US market were advertised in August 1956 as USD $59.95, $79.95, and $99.50, respectively. Popular Photography, Vol. 39, No. 2; pg. 16.