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Wray London Stereo Graphic Film Camera
Wray London Stereo Graphic Film Camera
Wray London Stereo Graphic Film Camera
Wray London Stereo Graphic Film Camera
Wray London Stereo Graphic Film Camera
Wray London Stereo Graphic Film Camera
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Wray London Stereo Graphic Film Camera

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Wray was a British optical company formed in 1850, and best known for lenses used in other makers' cameras. Wray made a couple of cameras after World War II, most notably the 35mm SLR Wrayflex, and sold the Graflex Stereo Graphic camera under its own name.

The Wray Stereo Graphic is a 1950-60s 3D 35mm film stereo camera. It has twin 35mm f/4 lenses that take two photos at the same time, you then get developed and can make 3D photos. Simply set the aperture from the 5 choices , then shoot! It's got two shutter speeds, 'I' (~1/50s) and 'B' for Bulb. It's super simple to use,  suitable for amateurs and professionals, ideal for portrait, landscapes and experimental photography.