TLR

Rollei Rolleicord II Type 3

This is the Rolleicord II Type 3, instead of a Rolleiflex I picked this up soon after starting my camera collection. This medium format twin-lens reflex camera uses 120 format film, though there was an attachment called the Rolleikin that allowed… Read More ›

Bolsey Model C

The Bolsey Model C, manufactured in the US between 1950 and 1956, is a diminutive 35mm TLR. The chassis is a modified version of that found on the Bolsey B2, or Jubilee, with the larger upper housing incorporating the coupled-rangefinder mechanism…. Read More ›

CiroFlex Model B

The Ciro-Flex is a 6×6 TLR camera manufactured in the early 1940s by American manufacturer Ciro. This particular camera is a post-WWII Model B with Alphax shutter.  Make Ciro Model Ciro-Flex Model B Year 1946 Format 120 Shutter Alphax Speed… Read More ›

Argus Argoflex Seventy-Five

The Argus Argoflex Seventy-Five was produced by Michigan based Argus starting in 1949.  Typically considered a pseudo TLR, the Seventy-Five does feature double exposure prevention and a handy taking lens marker to indicate when the film has been properly advanced…. Read More ›

Univex Twinflex

Made in 1939, the Univex Twinflex is one of the smallest TLR cameras ever produced. With matched meniscus lenses, one-speed shutter (plus bulb), and a lightweight bakelite and aluminum construction, the Twinflex is a pocketable TLR.