Viewmaster Stereo Camera
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You have added another dimension (stereo) and the colors of the rainbow to your everyday picture taking. You will be one of the first to enjoy your own "Personal". full color, three dimension pictures.
To insure your enjoyment,
1. We have made this camera - this whole system of photography-as simple and easy to use as we possibly could, and,
2. We have written this instruction book to tell you, and show you with pictures, everything you must know to start taking pictures that will be truly satisfying and everywhere admired.
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Turn SHIFT KNOB to "A" 4
Lock WINDING KNOB by turning.
Set COUNTER to 20X OR 36X 5
Open camera and lay it face down on a table . . . 6 Insert three perforations of film in slot of SPOOL . . 7 Engage magazine on slotted shaft 8 Fit film on SPROCKET and pull film tight.
Close back of camera 9
Turn WINDING KNOB three full turns 10
Check FILM ADVANCE INDICATOR 10
Set CENTER DIAL for FILM SPEED.
Set SHUTTER at 1/50.
Match proper SKY BRIGHTNESS to correct SUBJECT COLOR by turning the LENS OPENING DIAL . . 11
ADVANCING THE FILM
Turn WINDING KNOB a full turn after each exposure.
When Winding Knob LOCKS and
Shutter will not CLICK, you have
reached the important HALFWAY POINT . . . . 12
. . . then . . .
Turn SHIFT KNOB to "B".
Take last picture when COUNTER reads "19" or "36". Wind FOUR times before unloading 13
Unload in subdued light.
Tell processor, "Don't cut my roll" 14
PERSONAL REEL MOUNTING 14 & 15
LABELED VIEW OF CAMERA 16 & 17
See Page 18 for Table of Contents
How the Lens Shift Works 19
Sky Brightness Pictures 20
Exposure-the Full Story . . . 21, 22, 23
Flash Pictures 24 & 25
Picture Taking Hints 26, 27, 28
Care of the Camera 29 & 30
Camera Accessories 31
Viewing Accessories 32