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    Posted 4 years ago

    JohnRShort
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    I recently acquired 20 stereo view NEGATIVES of the Coronation naval review in 1911. the stereo view is 170 x 90 mm with each image being 80mm square. Anyone any idea what camera would have been used ? It's celluloid film not glass negatives

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    1. Sinnomore, 4 years ago
      http://www.piercevaubel.com/cam/gundlach/wiz4.htm ...?
    2. JohnRShort, 4 years ago
      Lovely camera but these images are stereo views ( 3D ) pictures and looking at the negatives were taken with a camera with two lenses offering both exposures at the same time :-)
    3. Sinnomore, 4 years ago
      LOL didn't think I had to do your home work too ...lol just look thur the post

      http://www.piercevaubel.com/cam/roc/newstvar1.htm
    4. JohnRShort, 4 years ago
      Ahhh sorry, should have looked closer, the negatives are however celluloid and this looks like a glass plate camera? really appreciate your taking the time to post
    5. Sinnomore, 4 years ago
      http://www.piercevaubel.com/cam/roc.htm
    6. Sinnomore, 4 years ago
      https://www.webjunction.org/documents/webjunction/The_Preservation_of_Glass_Plate_Negatives.html
    7. Sinnomore, 4 years ago
      https://blog.scienceandmediamuseum.org.uk/celluloid-and-photography-part-1-celluloid-as-a-substitute-for-glass/
    8. JohnRShort, 4 years ago
      How interesting, thank you :-)

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