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Re: [Rollei] Heidoscope
- Subject: Re: [Rollei] Heidoscope
- From: Jim Hemenway <jim >
- Date: Sun, 13 Jan 2002 13:55:08 -0500
- References: <F166WnefxGZ2Lig41Uj000015f0 >
> Why did you sell it? Are you saving for a Rolleidoscop? :-)
> I wish I had a stereo camera. Maybe I will buy a "Sputnik" or another cheap
> one and save for a Heidoscop/Rolleidoscop to buy later...
1 I found it inconvenient to cut film to size.
2 The viewfinder was too dark because the mirror needed re-silvering
and at that time I didn't know where to have it done.
3 Most importantly, my right eye has become so weak that I've lost the
ability to see 3D images unless the parallax is very great... as in a
pair taken with two cameras about 1 foot (30 centimeters?) apart.
Be careful with the Sputniks to make sure that you buy one with no light
Eric G. may have more to add on the Sputnik subject.
Have you tried making stereo pairs of static subjects with the Rollei
device? Or with a simple slide bar such as the Bogen or the Jasper?
This man does medium format stereos:
You might want to join this for more stereo with Rollei and other medium
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