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Haneel Tri-Vision
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Photos by JB text by JB. From the collection of Jacques Bratières. Last update 2021-06-10 par Eric Borel.

Manufactured or assembled in USA from (Circa) 1944 to (After) 1950.
Index of rarity in France: Rare (among non-specialized garage sales)
Inventory number: 15396

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Made of marbled brown bakelite (also available in black), the Trivision is a stereo camera. Its predecessor was the Kirk Model 33 Stereo, the Trivision is more reliable and more beautiful. It provides 6 stereo views (2 x 26 x 28 mm) or 12 single views (26 x 28 mm) when loaded with a type 828 (bantam) film. Stereo views use both lenses whereas single ones use only one at a time. The paired stereo views are not successive but interlocked with the next stereo pair.
There is no focusing. Three apertures (f: 8, f: 11 and f: 16) are set simultaneously on both lens by means of the large central knob located between them.
Contrary to what is said on some sites, there are not two triggers, one for each objective, but only one, common, to the right when taking the photo. The button on the other side provides the time exposure when depressed.
The views counter, with three windows where you have to read alternately allows to to frame "simply" (this is stated in the manual) numbers of the 8 views on the 828 film on the six views of the Trivision !
Manufacturing is low quality, bakelite is frequently veiled or cracked, the back is simply held by two spring clips! Despite this, the Trivision arouses a strange aesthetic seduction.

Haneel Tri-Vision



Haneel Tri-Vision