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 ›

Ensign Ful-Vue

The Ensign Ful-Vue TLR is a very simple camera to operate. However, if certain precautions are taken, decent results are possible. This camera has been a favorite of mine from the first time I saw one in the pages of McKeown’s…. 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 ›

Yashica 635

Introduced in 1958, the Yashica 635 TLR is special in that it can use either 120 format film or 35mm with an adapter kit. It is very similar to the Yashika D with the exception of additional controls for 35mm… Read More ›

Yashica 44LM

Oft regarded as a Japanese interpretation of the baby Rolleiflex, the Yashica 44LM easily stands on its own as a capable small TLR. It’s compact size and solid build quality lends this camera to being carried on a regular basis…. Read More ›