|Ica Stereolette with Ica Stereo Atom shutter|
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Ica's Stereolette was a successor of a similar stereo plate camera of Hüttig. It was a folding bed camera, a more common type of folding plate camera than Ica's Cupido Stereolette. Thus the Ica Stereolette was not self-unfolding. Similarities were the shutter arrangement and the brilliant finder in the middle. Different was the focusing. The Ica Stereolette had the common shifting of the lens standard along rails on the folding bed as focusing facility (by means of the thumb wheel on the folding bed?). Possible lens equipment was a pair of Novar f6.8 lenses. Shutters might have been a pair of Ica Stereo Atom shutters, or a stereo Compur variant.
- images of 45x107mm Stereo Plate Cameras (archived) showing among others a series of three Stereolette images: Comparison of Ica Stereolette and Hüttig Stereolette (white background), a Cupido Stereolette (red background), and a simpler Stereolette variant (pigeongrey background), at Photographic Historical Society of New England
- Stereolette outfit at ANTIQUE CAMERAS D. Tristram Ludwig