The Citoskop Stereoscopic Camera was originally made by Contess-Nettle in circa 1924. Ziess Ikon continued to sell the Citoskop model no. 315 in 1927 to 1928 and model no. 671/1 from 1929 to 1931. The camera was made of aluminum and covered in brown leather with a leather bellows. It featured both a reversible brilliant and wire frame view finders. It captured exposures 45 x 107cm plates which were carried in a magazine chamber. It was fitted with a pair of Tessar f4.5 lens with a 6.5cm focus and a central Zeiss triplet of the same focal length for full sized pictures in the reflex finder. It could also be used for direct vision at the eye-level. It featured screw focusing, rise and fall rack, and a single speed instantaneous shutter, with also time and bulb. The camera originally sold for £36 5s.
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