Stereo Agfa Isolette

This superbly constructed stereo camera is the dedicated and persistant work of George Blake from New Zealand. The starting point for the construction of this camera is a pair of Agfa Isolette 6x6 cameras that date from the 1950's.

The approach taken by George in achieving his goal is quite a bit different from the normal cut-and-paste techniques most often used when creating a stereo camera from two mono cameras. In particular, the finished camera now features:

The overall result is an object of beauty. All credit is due to George Blake, now in his late 70's, for the excellent results achieved.

All photos taken with a Pentax SP1000, fitted with a Kilfitt 40mm f3.5 macro lens, using Ektachrome Elite 100.

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