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The Linex Stereo camera was manufactured by linex corp. a division of the Lionel Manufacturing company of New York from 1954 to approximately 1956. 85,000 units were made. This is the same company that is famous for their toy trains. The camera was made mainly of cast metal with a bakelite view finder and rubber eye lens hoods. Making it a heavy camera for its subminiature size. It is capable of taking eight 16 x 20 mm stereo pair exposures on Lionel cartridge roll film. It was fitted with a pair of fixed focus lens with two aperture settings f6 and f8.3 and a single speed 1/25th of a second guillotine shutter. The complete outfit including stereo viewer, film and a carry case sold for $44.50.
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