The Discope Colmont Stereo Camera was manufactured by P.E. Valette for the Colmont company in France in circa 1922. A simple jumelle style or wedge shaped camera capable of capturing two images on a 6 x 13cm plate. Made of ebonite which is a hard rubber that becomes brittle and fragile over time. It was fitted with a pair of fixed focus meniscus lenses with three diaphragms and a guillotine shutter that provides speeds of 1/25th, 1/50th, and 1/100th of a second. It also featured a direct view collapsible viewfinder and a shutter release button located on the top of the camera.
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