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Welcome to Stereoscopy.com – The World of 3D-Imaging, your one stop information source about the fascinating world of 3D Photography (Stereo Photography) and all other aspects of 3D (“stereoscopic”) imaging. For almost 15 years, we cater for 3D-aficionados around the world and have grown to the world’s largest website fully devoted to true stereoscopic images.
Once upon a time…
A beginning for a collection a German, Glunz (Glunz, Hannover, Germany) plate camera and a Justophot “exposure meter”.
Today the number is over 200 old cameras, their specifications, pictures and descriptions.
Several photography related articles and links to the helpful and interesting sites opens up an entertaining and rewarding trip to the world of the photography before bits and bytes.
This collection or may I call it a Vintage Camera Museum consists of various camera types and camera brands. Most of them, are not so called “collectibles” but I hope that on some page you will find the information that you are looking for.
Shop online for used cameras, film cameras, digital cameras, lenses, camera accessories, photo equipment and more from Leica, Canon, Nikon, Hasselblad, Mamiya, Pentax, Rollei, Minox, and other major brands. Secure online shopping and worldwide shipping. We have thousands of items listed in our updated online catalog.
This web page is devoted to photographic cameras produced during the Soviet age. Copies and derivatives based on the Leica shutter. Our aim is to make easier a fast clasification of the cameras, basing on images in which the differences between the models are shown, and make easier in each case links with other web sites with a lot more of information.
Stereoscopy – Photography and Filming in 3D
Welcome to the German Society for Stereoscopy (DGS)! The DGS is a non-profit organisation founded in 1928 and promotes the spread and knowledge about three-dimensional images.
Become a member and meet regularly with other stereo-3D enthusiasts. Exchange experiences, view stereoscopic photo and video shows or maybe only get started with 3D and learn how to make your own 3D images.
The DGS with its approximately 500 members unites knowledge from all fields of stereoscopy, be it photo or video, analog or digital, whether printed stereocards, red/cyan anaglyphs, large-scale projection or playback with a 3D-TV at home, as a beginner or professional photographer, artist, scientist or a technology geek. The interests of our members are very diverse, so that an active exchange with like-minded people is possible.