3D analog Loreo camera
The following photos were taken with a Loreo 3D stereo MK II camera. It is completely plastic, but it being the second version, it has triplet lenses rather than meniscus lenses like the first edition.
It shoots two images on one 35mm wide frame, on 135 film. The film curves in an odd way through the camera. Both the curved film plane and the very basic operation, makes me think of the Agfa Clack. Shutter time is always 1/60. Lens is F16, and if you open the flash, F11. That's it. No further controls. So basically, the recipe is to always use the flash.
I will expand this page with other photos I took with this camera.