Equipment and Studio
The Staggered Pentaxes. Staggering the cameras is indispensable when shooting horizontal format of a nearby subject. Nesting the cameras together like this minimizes the stereobase - but at about 3.5 inches it will still be quite a bit greater than typical eye-spacing. Therefore this configuration does not produce truly orthoscopic images. However, the resulting liliputism in the image is barely discernible - same with the slight image size difference caused by this configuration. Examples of shots taken this way: The Kiss, and The Law.
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