Toppan rare lenticular 35mm camera. For standard 35mm film. A single camera lens lenticular THIRTEEN to produce high quality images in 3D. It has full control of the focus, aperture and shutter speed and has a set of thirteen goals nameless, each in a separate shutter. Each shutter is released when manually operated, but it is necessary to pay attention to the link light to shoot simultaneously. It includes a very large rangefinder long base. It is a very heavy and comes in a sturdy metal case team. The resulting negative can also be scanned and used to produce the last animated GIFs. With the growing popularity of the lenticular in the 1960s, several companies entered the market, including Vari-Vue New York, co-founded by Victor Anderson, who contributed greatly to the practical commercial success of the product. Vari-Vue, along with companies like Crowle Communications, Hallmark, Toppan ("" Top Stereo"" ) and Dai-Nippon of Japan and, later, Optigraphics ("" Optipan"" and"" Linearoptics"" ), produced a variety of products during the next twenty years, among which were premiums Cracker Jack, political buttons, 3D baseball cards, postcards, covers of magazines and books and displays for retail outlets.