I do not know the workings of the camera. In other words, I do not know if it works or not. So, it is being sold "as is." If you have questions about the cosmetic condition (not the functionality), I am happy to answer those. It appears to be at least a 9/10, cosmetically with the original case. The case has some stitching that is coming undone. Please examine the pictures shown carefully. I would not know if it is missing any parts as I am unfamiliar with this camera model.
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The Kodak Stereo Camera was a 35mm film stereo camera produced between 1954 and 1959. Like the Stereo Realist, the camera employed two lenses to take twin shots of scenes, which dedicated images viewers could then view. 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 when it was produced.