The Stereo Realist is a stereo camera that was manufactured by the David White Company from 1947 to 1971. It was the most popular 35mm stereo camera ever manufactured and started the era of stereo photography for the masses that continued even after it was no longer manufactured.
The routine for taking a photograph with a Stereo Realist is elaborate, compared to a modern camera. One must lift the lens cover, focus, cock the shutter, and manually set the aperture and shutter speed. The wind release button must be depressed briefly while beginning to wind the film to the next frame. The film winding is then completed so that the camera is ready to shoot another pair of images.
The shutter speeds are reasonably accurate. I don't have the equipment to measure them. The aperture rings turn without any resistance.
There are signs of age and use but in overall great condition. AS-IS