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The Tri-Vision Stereo Camera was manufactured by the Haneel Company in circa 1946. The first version with three molded ribs across the center was in production from 1946 to 1948. The camera was constructed of molded plastic and aluminum with a built-in view finder. It was capable of taking six 28 x 30 mm exposure pairs on Bantam 828 roll film. It was fitted with a pair of fixed focus meniscus f8 lens described as Lista-Lite color corrected hard coated lenses. It featured three stops, f8, f11 and f16, and a dual synchro-shutters providing a single speed of 1/80th of a second. Originally priced at $29.99.
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