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Give the Gift of WOW! this holiday season

Barry Rothstein
 

It's time to think about holiday gifts, so please consider sharing your love of 3D and giving the gift of WOW!

I'm offering all my books and note cards at around half price, the price stores pay.

Macrophant 3D at $20/each
Pop-Up 3D at $10/each
Phantograms from Nature at $15/each
Crossview 3-D at $10/each
   and
All note cards at $2/each

Use Promocode: WOW to get these prices. 

If you have any thoughts or questions, you can call me at 562-400-5055.

Barry Rothstein


Two more viewers

jdrrad
 

The Stereo Graphic Viewer has sold.

Great background info again from David.

Two more viewers have been posted to ebay.  One is a Sterling with inter-ocular adjustment, and individual lens focus.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-STERLING-INTER-OCULAR-STEREO-SLIDE-VIEWER-WITH-BOX-/165158474743?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286&mkrid=711-127632-2357-0

The other is a Brumberger viewer.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-BRUMBERGER-STEREO-SLIDE-VIEWER-WITH-BOX-WORKS-GOOD-CONDITION-/165158423106?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286&mkrid=711-127632-2357-0

John Roll


Re: Vintage 5 perf stereo slide viewer

David Starkman
 

Perhaps the nicest thing about the Stereo Graphic Viewer is the conversion to an available light viewer by removing the battery/light section. This leaves one with a very compact lightweight hold-up-to-the-light viewer with both focusing and interocular adjustments. 
 
As for the Stereo Graphic camera, it indeed had lenses that were fixed focus. Looking at one of their old ads it calls this feature "Depthmaster Auto-Focus". They promoted this as a very positive feature with one lens set for 30 feet to Infinity, and the other from "foreground" (probably 4 to 7 feet depending upon the aperture) to 15 feet. The theory behind this is that when viewed with both eyes at the same time our brains fill in the out of focus information for whichever side is the one not quite as sharp. I don't know if I explained that very well. However, with faster modern film, such as ASA 100, the smaller apertures needed would probably provide pretty equally sharp results for both right and left -- at least in sunny conditions. I've never used one, so someone with hands-on experience can support or dispute how well this system worked. Does not sound good to me, but they apparently sold a decent number of cameras.
 
Yours In DDDepth,

DDDavid

In a message dated 10/30/2021 1:08:46 PM Pacific Standard Time, roll3d@... writes:
 
Thanks David for the information about the first viewer (Like LIFE). 
That is a really good story!
 
The second viewer is a vintage Graflex  Stereo Graphic Viewer. The
battery compartment can be detached, and the viewer used as an available
light viewer.  The viewer has red focusing knobs on both the right and
left side which control both lenses (not independent lens focusing).  I
believe Graflex also made a stereo camera which was fixed focus, and if
I remember correctly, each lens was set at a different focal distance on
purpose!  It seems ironic to me that they made a focusing viewer  for a
camera that was fixed focus!  I would bet David knows more about this!
 
 
John Roll
 
 
 
 
 


Vintage 5 perf stereo slide viewer

jdrrad
 

Thanks David for the information about the first viewer (Like LIFE).  That is a really good story!

The second viewer is a vintage Graflex  Stereo Graphic Viewer. The battery compartment can be detached, and the viewer used as an available light viewer.  The viewer has red focusing knobs on both the right and left side which control both lenses (not independent lens focusing).  I believe Graflex also made a stereo camera which was fixed focus, and if I remember correctly, each lens was set at a different focal distance on purpose!  It seems ironic to me that they made a focusing viewer  for a camera that was fixed focus!  I would bet David knows more about this!

https://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-GRAFLEX-3D-STEREO-GRAPHIC-REALIST-STEREO-VIEWER-GOOD-CONDITION-/165158224751?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286&mkrid=711-127632-2357-0

John Roll


Re: Vintage stereo slide viewer for sale

David Starkman
 

Hi John and All,
 
This is the original early model. You'll notice that the name on the box and viewer is Like LIFE. LIFE magazine sued them because they thought the name and graphic looked too much like their magazine logo. So the later models had a logo design change and the name changed to Life-Like, which I guess made LIFE Magazine happy. We also have a white one with a completely different name on it:  "DELITE". I have no idea what the story is on that name.
 
Just filling in some info for you collectors out there!
 
Yours In DDDepth,
 
DDDavid

In a message dated 10/30/2021 12:22:30 PM Pacific Standard Time, roll3d@... writes:
 
My wife is posting some vintage stereo slide viewers on ebay. Here is
the first one.
 
Maroon "Like Life" vintage stereo slide viewer (5 perf format). From
what I gather, white is the most common, and maroon is unusual.  I am
sure some of you know more about this that I do. No collection is
complete without it (eye roll!).
 
 
John Roll
 
 
 
 
 


Vintage stereo slide viewer for sale

jdrrad
 

My wife is posting some vintage stereo slide viewers on ebay. Here is the first one.

Maroon "Like Life" vintage stereo slide viewer (5 perf format). From what I gather, white is the most common, and maroon is unusual.  I am sure some of you know more about this that I do. No collection is complete without it (eye roll!).

https://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-VINTAGE-LIKE-LIFE-3D-STEREO-VIEWER-BY-DEEP-VUE-WORKS-WITH-BOX-/154676783445?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286&mkrid=711-127632-2357-0

John Roll


FS: Geography Units Keystone Stereoviews

Michael Cosentino
 

15 Geography Units Keystone Stereoviews


Mike Cosentino

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Stereo Realist for sale

Dean Davis
 

I have a stereo realist for sale for $80.


Huge Stereo and Viewmaster auction

Ronald Sch
 

Allow me to point out this large auction.

https://www.catawiki.com/nl/a/533503-stereofotografie-viewmaster-veiling


I have some stuff in there also, i am offering quite some lots from the collection of Harry zur Kleinsmiede, with several treasures in there.


Also some items from my own collection. For example a Co van Ekeren 10,5 x custom viewer with light. Very wanted.

 

In the auction are 134 lots, of wich 37 are offered by me.

https://www.catawiki.com/nl/u/911871-rarevintagephotography

 

When you buy 2 lots or even all 37 lots offered by me, you only pay postage cost once!

 

Some very awesome collectables you will not see again for a long time. Some are even unique and one-of-a-kind!

 


 


Re: Another Fujifilm W3 for sale!!

robert mcafee
 

Why not keep it as a spare?


Another Fujifilm W3 for sale!!

Wayne Brewster
 

I picked up a brand new W3 so I am selling my other flawless W3. No marks or scratches. Comes with battery, original charger, and box. Shipping included in the contiguous 48. $249 via PayPal or Venmo. Text to 415-535-7835.

Thanks,
Wayne


Volfoni Smart Crystal Pro

Fabien Remblier - Free
 

Hi
I have a Volfoni SmartCrystal Pro for sale : 600€


Fabien Remblier
Tel: +33 (0)6 99 28 93 74


Panasonic 3D monitor

Fabien Remblier - Free
 

Hi
I have a Panasonic BT-3DL2550E for sale : 800€


Fabien Remblier
Tel: +33 (0)6 99 28 93 74


Postage cost when buying intrnationally

Ronald Sch
 

I sell some items internationally and very often get questions about postal charges.
It seems that many people find the charges too high.
I just answered a question about posting the Dukes Design Opticard viewer on Catawiki and i think it will be good to share for once.

This is just how things are;


The answer is offcourse YES, postage is expensive.
Catawiki calculates actual cost sending with our POSTNL.
Indeed it is pricy, but then it's a long way to travel.

The point is often that buyers dont want to pay too much for shipping, but they DO expect a full return when anything is wrong with postage or the package upon receival. This means as a sender you need to insure, send it SIGNED FOR and with tracking. Catawiki demands this also.
This means extra costs.

This Opticard is a heavy package and it needs to be packed to survive, then fully insured.
For 2 to 5 kg's from Holland to the USA the postal cost is 51,80 euros. Then its only insured up to 500 euros.
If package is damaged or lost the buyer wants the full amount and i as sender will just get 500 maximum.
Then also POSTNL is slow and it can take up to weeks to reach the USA.

I often choose to send UPS Express with expensive lots, so it is safer and much faster.
This is even more expensive, what i pay from my own pocket. To sleep better.

For a rare item, i am sure some people, from far away countries, are willing to pay a bit extra for safe postage.

If you think postage from USA to Holland is cheaper, then you are wrong.
Sure, using USPS but then its always a gamble if anything will arrive and if the package is still in one piece.
I imported quite a bit from the USA over the last years and with USPS i have had broken and open packages, lost packages and more. USPS is only trackable in the USA, after it leaves your country, you wait for weeks, sometimes months IF it will arrive.
I you want better postage like the way i send with POSTNL (or even UPS Express) you do pay for the tracking, insurance, speed and better handling.
I will never choose to use USPS from USA to Holland, rather DHL Express or UPS Express.

Every buyer is happy with cheap postage. Until the first packet arrives damaged, or doesnt arrive at all.
Then they shout out to the sender, demanding a refund.

I will be very happy to see your bid and send you a package, safe, insured and speedy.

Greets from Holland, Ronald Schalekamp


Loreo Pixi and Loreo Lite viewers bargain

Ronald Sch
 

I sell the Lite and Pixi viewers by Loreo.

To bring stock down i am offering them the next 2 weeks at a special price, when ordered by email. 
I will calculate best postage individually. Postage cost to be added.

Offers are good for 2 weeks, and as long as stock lasts.

PIXI VIEWERS
100: 350 euros
500: 1500 euros
1.000: 2500 euros

LITE VIEWERS
100: 300 euros
500: 1250 euros
1000: 2.000 euros


Cheers from Holland, Ronald


Panasonic AG-3DA1

Fabien Remblier - Free
 

Hi
I have a Panasonic AG-3DA1 for sale : 1300€


Fabien Remblier
Tel: +33 (0)6 99 28 93 74


Interesting auction - really!

Ronald Sch
 

I have several interesting items in this Catawiki auction.

All i have to offer right now is in this link.
https://www.catawiki.com/nl/u/911871-rarevintagephotography

I will be selling items from Harry zur Kleinsmiedes collection; in this auction there is a rare Dukes Design Stereo Opticard, from his collection.

There is a lot more special and rare to come. Follow my account in catawiki if you like to keep up to date. I sell in several categories.

Right now for example also on offer a group of GW Wilson Lantern Slides, Japan stereoviews, a Toshiba 3D camcorder, a blue lighted model 12 viewmaster viewer, a viewmaster lighted shop display and much more.

If you buy more than one item, you only pay postage once.

Ronald Schalekamp



FS: 9/11 Stereoview set by Brian Loube

George Themelis
 

For sale: Commemorative set of 12 stereoviews (B&W prints) of the 9/11 Twin Tower attacks in NY city, 20 years ago.

 

The set was put together and it is signed by the photographer, Brian Loube. It comes with a plastic stereoviewer

 

You can see pictures here:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/384346864851

 

Price via ebay is $55 plus shipping and possibly tax. I have 4 sets (these come from the Sheldon Arronowitz estate). I will pay shipping (and do not charge tax) for a  direct sale.

 

Thank you,

 

George Themelis

 


Macrophant 3D and Mask Lorgnettes

Barry Rothstein
 

Hi All,

If you haven't seen Macrophant 3D, or if you already own one, I'm offering a special little bonus, Mask Lorgnettes (http://3ddigitalphoto.com/lorgnettes.asp) .  I designed these mostly for people to use at exhibits and art fairs.  I have a limited number of these I'm willing to offer.

Go to http://macrophant3d.com/default.asp to learn more about Macrophant 3D
Go to http://3ddigitalphoto.com/books.asp to order books

You can still have a signed copy for just $25 including shipping within the USA.  Use Promo Code 25

Order more than one copy of Macrophant 3D, also using Promo Code 25.  Each additional book costs $21 including delivery.  For every two ordered I'll include a cool anaglyph mask lorgnette. 

Order a 3-book set of Macrophant 3D, Phantograms from Nature, and Pop-Up 3D for $54.95 plus $7 shipping.  For every set ordered I'll include a cool anaglyph mask lorgnette (http://3ddigitalphoto.com/lorgnettes.asp).  No promo code needed.

I have a limited number of mask lorgnettes left that I'm willing to send out.  This offer is limited to 40 lorgnettes.  You can specify which mask you want from that page, but most likely that one isn't in stock and I'll substitute another.

Maybe it's a little early to be thinking about gifts, but these books will be fun to give.

If you have any thoughts or questions, you can call me at 562-400-5055.

Barry Rothstein


FS: Minnesota Stereoviews by M. Nowack

Michael Cosentino
 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/255125756480

Mike Cosentino

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