Posted 4 years ago
It is made by 3D World of Hangzhou China and is known as the TL120-1. The 120 obviously refers to its film format and I'm going to make a wild guess that TL is for Tri-Lens. When the camera shipped in 2006, I assumed that the "-1" would be incremented as the camera was adjusted and improved. As of 2008, the camera has received many improvements and additional features but the "-1" has remained unchanged. Maybe the "-2" and "-3" designations are being saved for entirely new camera designs.
Specifications & Functions
Camera Type: Medium Format Tri-lens Stereo Camera (Reflex Viewing Lens).
Lenses: Anti-reflection coated glass optics, seven elements in six groups. f/2.8, 80mm focal length.
Lens Separation: 63.5 mm.
Focusing: manual adjustment, 0.8 m C infinity.
Shutter Type: metal focal plane shutter.
Aperture: F2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 and six half stops.
Shutter Speeds: B, 1,1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/15, 1/30, 1/60, 1/125, 1/250, 1/500 Sec.
Light Metering: consists of two of SPD's (silicon photo diodes) for light measurement;
aperture and shutter speeds are matched according to the LED display.
Viewfinder: consists of a viewfinder hood and lens, Eye-level pentaprism type with .0.7 X magnification.
Focusing Screen: Split-image microprism type surrounded by a Fresnel screen. 3 LEDs in
5 exposure graduations display overexposure (+), correct exposure (O) & underexposure (-).
Flash Synchronization: X-contact only, sync speed 1/60 sec. or slower.
Film Advance: Lever provided; 16 standoff angle and 128 winding angle, aligning film
numbers through window on camera back .
Power Source: Choice of two 1.5V alkaline-manganese batteries or two 1.55V silver-oxide batteries.
Film: One roll of 120 reversal film for a pair of 58mm x 56mm stereo images, 6 pairs per roll.
Dimensions: Approx. 207mm x 205mm x 134mm, camera body only.
Weight: 1960oz or 69oz (camera body only).