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| Busch advertisement in February, 1952 Popular Photography|
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The f40 was exported to the US where it was sold by the Chicago press-camera manufacturer Busch.
This camera can be seen in use briefly in the 1967 film Two For The Road.
- ↑ Most clearly, starting at around 19:40 in the DVD edition. Alfred Finney plays a young architect, who tells Audrey Hepburn's character that his stereo camera is "mostly for buildings." (In fact, subjects near infinity would benefit little from 3-D photography.) The POV shots through the camera viewfinder are not realistic, as the framelines shown correspond to a widescreen Panavision aspect ratio instead.