EHO-Altissa Altiscop Vintage Stereo Camera for 120 films World War II Stereoscopic camera film Altiscop Eho-Altissa. Made in Germany 1936-1942. Ludwig Dresden Victar lenses, 75mm f4.5. Serial numbers 314122/314749. Takes 120 standard film rolls. There is no indication of frame counter, probably 6 stereo views exposures per roll. Shutter speed 1/100, 1/50, 1/25, B, T. Focus from 3 feet to infinity. optical viewfinder that reflects changes between vision and vision eye level. The F-stop range of f4.5 to f22 is. The lower plate has a plug tripod 1 / 4x20. INCLUDES: Camera with hand strap, leather case with strap, optical finder dedicated cable, pair of yellow filters # 1 in frames for this camera, two boxes leather bag (probably both Kodak), a cover of the original lens ( missing), plastic coil 120. TECHNICAL NOTES: Shutter speeds tested. There seems to be a shutter mechanism for both goals. 1/100 was 1/50, 1/50 and 1/25 speeds are read within tolerance. Both B and T function properly. We tested the dedicated cable release, which fits this camera only, and functioning properly. CONDITION: The camera is in working order. Both lenses have some haze inside, possibly to be cleaned; The display slides up and not locked in place. The display glass is cracked on top. The search engine keeps running. There is a slight wear on the finish of the camera. The hand strap is used. The filters were filthy, we cleaned but the quality of the called user.