HC  Msg Board  Librarium  4 Sale Facebook  Flickr  Members

Historic Camera

History Librarium


Translate this page

Librarium Home > Trade Catalogue > Nanna6

Nanna Stereo Camera

The Nanna 6 Stereo Camera was manufactured by (Alfred) Boreux of Basel Switzerland and sold through E. Suter, also of Basel Switzerland, in circa 1909. Designed for plates or film packs 45 x 107cm. The camera was made of light metal covered with fine leather. It was described as having a very reliable shutter for precise time exposures from 1/2 to 1/200 of a second triggered by finger or cable release. It was fitted with a matched pair of Suter Doppel-Anastigmat Series I F6.8 or a Suter Doppel-Anastigmat Series III F5. With three aperatures for focusing on a rear focusing screen. Also featured an Ikonometer with Diopler and level.

CLICK HERE for a list of E. Suter Cameras.

Return to Previous Page
Return to the History Librarium

# 2832
2014-12-27 06:47:22
Historic Camera 2002-2018 - © & image info

More Info