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The Universal Camera Corporation in New York marketed the Steré-All in 1954. It was their only stereo camera and the last camera they made. It is constructed from aluminium and moulded plastic and was designed to be quite simple to use. The 35mm f/3.5 Tricor lenses are fixed-focus and there is only one shutter speed. So there is only one dial to set - for exposure. It is on the front between the lenses and sets the aperture from f/3.5 to f/16. A handy chart on the camera back shows you the exposure settings for Color and B&W. The Steré-All makes 16 stereo pairs on a 20-exposure film and 29 on a 36-exposure film in Realist format.