The Puck Stereo was a Stereo box camera made by Thornton-Pickard. It could take eight 2× 40x55 mm stereo photographs on a type No. 120 film roll. The wooden box was covered with grained leatherette and had enameled and plated metal fittings. It had a pair of achromatic f12.5 100mm meniscus lenses, and a spring powered single-speed sector shutter for speed 1/20 sec. or B mode. The camera had a brilliant finder on top and a red window in the back. Production dates: maybe from ca. 1925 to 1935.


  • Puck Stereo at [1] (shutter speed described faster than in other sources)

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