No.2 Stereo Brownie, 1905-10
The No.2 Stereo Brownie was introduced in 1905 and discontinued in 1910. Early models used a Brownie Automatic Shutter which was replaced with a Pocket Automatic Shutter from 1906 on.

Two meniscus achromat lenses were used to make a pair of 3-1/4 x 2-1/2 images on 125 rollfilm. Approximately 4,000 were made. Original list price was $12 in 1905, or about $228 in year 2000 dollars.

Stereo Brownies have a very distinctive appearance with its twin red bellows and large polished wood face.

Shown with Brownie Automatic Shutter, Serial No.1401H
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No.2 Stereo Brownie
Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, NY.