A Conway Colourscope made in Birmingham, England in the 1950's by
Standard Cameras Ltd. The company was a very well established
manufacturer of cameras and photographic equipment dating back to
around the 1920's.
The top of the viewer was made of plastic and was
fitted to a black crinkle finish base plate. A battery powered light
attachment was available for this model.
The official slides were plastic
mounted and of a high quality and came boxed in sets of five slides
Folding Conway Viewer
This viewer was very similar in design to the
Vistascreen viewer but pre-dated it by a few years, first being produced
around 1955. It is of higher quality than the Vistascreen and like it's
cousin above, also had a metal base plate. Due to it's translucent rear
screen it could be used to view both stereoscopic transparencies and also