• Type: viewfinder camera for stereo photography
  • Manufacturer: FED
  • Year of launch: 1988
  • Film: 35mm (around 20 image pairs on one film possible)
  • Image format: two times 24×30mm (Belplasca-format)
  • Lenses: two Industar 1:2.8/38mm lenses, distance between optical axes 64mm
  • Shutter: leaf shutter with speeds 1/30 to 1/650 sec. plus B (B only in manual mode)
  • Aperture: 2.8 to 14 in automatic and 2.8 to 16 in manual mode
  • Exposure: light-value dependent programmed exposure control
  • Film advance: alternating after every exposure from 7 perforation holes to 20 perforation holes or vice versa

Fed Boy Stereo belongs to the Mikron series [1]

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. Mikron series: FED-35, FED-35A, FED-50, FED Boy Stereo, FED Mikron, FED Mikron-2, FED Stereo, FED Stereo-M (As to Alexander Komarov [1])


FED cameras
Rangefinder FED | FED-1 | FED NKVD | FED-S | FED-2 | FED-3 | FED-4 | FED-5 | FED-5s | FED-5v | FED-6 TTL | FED-10 | FED-11 Atlas | FED-35 | FED-35A | FED Mikron-2 | TSVVS

Viewfinder FED Zarya | FED Mikron | FED 50

Stereo FED Boy Stereo | FED Stereo | FED Stereo-M

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