The Wizard Stereoscopic Camera was manufactured by the Manhattan Optical Company in circa 1899. The design was a halfplate camera based on the No. 67 with a shorter bellows and remodeled front. It could be adopte for stereoscopic as well as ordinary photography by simply removing the bellows septum and substituting a single lens for the stereoscopic pair. The Stereo lens are the finest symmetrical available. The box is constructed of mahogany with leaather covering and brass hardware.
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