The Kodak Stereo Camera was a 35mm film stereo camera produced between 1954 and 1959. Similar to the Stereo Realist, the camera employed two lenses to take twin shots of scenes, which could then be viewed in dedicated image viewers. The lenses supported adjustable apertures and variable shutter speeds. The camera had a reputation for being easy to use, and sold approximately 100,000 units during the time it was produced.
Like my first camera--Vintage Kodak Hawkeye Flashfun Camera - The three of us used this. I used it for my grade trip to the State house. Y pop years Pop got the camera out of the closet developed what was in it, and there were my pictures.