The total number of Stereo
Kodak model 1 produced remains unknown but the fact is, that it
is today a quite rare camera.
The first models made in
1917-1918 were equiped with a Stereo Automatic shutter. Starting 1919
until the stop of its production in 1925, it will be equiped with a Ball
The shutter allows
speeds in a range of 1/25 to 1/100 of second.
The lenses, equiped with an iris, always remained the Kodak
anastigmat. Their focal distance was 130mm and their aperture 1:7,7.
This camera was also equiped with a viewfinder with mirror. This one
was normally located onto the flap supporting the lenses. Unfortunately,
this one has disapeared.