Vivitar 3Dcam

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The Vivitar 3Dcam is a stereo 35mm film camera marketed by Vivitar and manufactured by Loreo Asia, Ltd. The camera uses standard 35mm film. It can take both standard 2d photos and transposed 3d photos. The camera features motorized film advance and rewind, automatic power off, built-in flash, and a two speed shutter. The camera badge gave the name as Vivitar 3Dcam however the Vivitar marking information on their website referred to the camera as the Vivitar 3D Cam. [1]

Specifications

  • Manufacturer: Loreo
  • Date: ca 2002
  • Variants: Loreo 321 Mono Stereo
  • Type: Stereo
  • Film Type: 35mm
  • Viewfinder: Optical
  • Lens: 35mm f/5.6 (2)
  • Shutter speed range: two speed
  • Aperture range: f/5.6, f/11
  • Focus: fixed, 5 ft to infinity
  • Weight: 203 g (8 oz)
  • Dimensions: 148 mm wide x 88 mm high x 90 mm deep
  • Batteries: AA (2)
  • Original Stock number: 59930

References

  1. Vivitar.com (archived 2004): Vivitar Specialty Cameras: 3D Cam

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