The Stereolette Cupido is a self errecting 45 x 107mm folding stereo camera for plates or cut film. It has a brilliant finder similar to that commonly found on many folding cameras mounted between the lenses. The lenses offered included 60/6.8 Helkas, or 65/6.3 or 65/4.5 Tessars, mounted in dual dial set Compur shutters.
The Cupido was a line of folding cameras dating back to 1906, produced by Huttig. Huttig merged with Wunsche, Krugner and Carl Zeiss Palmos to form Ica. By the time Ica merged with Ernemann, Contessa-Nettel and Goerz in 1926, the line was reduced to just one model, in the stereo format. Like many of the numerous models of cameras produced by the pre-Zeiss companies, it was not produced under Zeiss. Remaining inventory was marked Zeiss Ikon, and was sold off. It was out of the catalog in 1928.