Stereo Camera Repairs and Modifications

Disclaimer: This data is provided for informational purposes only. You must assess your ability to perform the operations described. Neither the individual contributor nor Rocky Mountain Memories assumes any responsibility for damage you may inflict on any camera or other property, or on any person or living creature, by following these directions.

This section of the 3D Encyclopedia contains camera repair and modification information submitted by various individuals. Not all possible repairs are described - only those which have been voluntarily submitted. If you have repair information you'd like to contribute, please contact us and we'll include it!

  • General
  • Identifying Light Leaks - See the light leak information in the section below for "Improving Your Sputnik Camera;" the information there is applicable to most stereo cameras.
  • Sputnik Medium Format Camera
  • Improving your Sputnik Camera
  • Sam Smith's Sputnik Modifications
  • Realist Stereo Camera
  • Sources for parts, repairs and information
  • Fixing Realist Light leaks
  • Film advance clutch spring replacement
  • Kodak Stereo Camera
  • Removing the top of the camera
  • Dealing with slow shutters
  • Dismantling the Kodak Stereo camera
  • Adjusting lens infinity focus
  • Adjusting lens vertical alignment
  • Problems with the cable release
  • View Master Camera
  • Adapting a View Master for electronic flash
  • Cheap and Sneaky VM Strobe Flash Adapter
  • Nimslo Camera (Japanese-made model)
  • Removing the camera bottom
  • Removing the camera top
  • Fixing problems causing compeletly unexposed film
  • Busch Verascope F40
  • Reducing internal reflections
  • Twin Cameras - connecting two cameras together
  • Nikon Lite-Touch - 2 Articles
  • Flash Delay Circuit

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