The Selfix range had cameras designed for 6x4.5, 6×6 or 6×9cm exposures. At the time, photographers often distinguish between two series of Selfix models: the pre-1940 and the (then called) "modern" series.
Each of these series contains three main models for the different picture sizes, and is fitted, in the case of the pre-1940 series, with a whole range of different lenses and shutters. The basic design and manipulation is similar throughout, though the mechanical details of the modern series are, of course, much more up-to-date.
Some of the Selfixes were dual-format cameras, allowing a frame size reduction by means of an accessory mask. These masks were hinged, a clever design that prevents it being lost unlike many other camera makers from that time, and cameras with this capability had the extra red window accommodating the different sizes.
- Ensign Selfix 20 / Ensign Selfix 20 AutoRange
- Ensign Selfix 2-20 / Ensign Selfix 2-20 AutoRange
- Ensign Selfix 3-20
- Ensign Selfix 4-20
- Ensign Selfix 8-20 / Ensign Selfix 8-20 Special / Ensign Selfix 8-20 AutoRange
- Ensign Selfix 12-20 / Ensign Selfix 12-20 Special / Ensign Selfix 12-20 AutoRange
- Ensign Selfix 16-20 / Ensign Selfix 16-20 AutoRange
- Ross Ensign Selfix Snapper
- Quoted from the Nov, 1955 "Selfix Camera Guide" from Focal Point, fourth edition, pp.3.
- List of Ensign instruction manuals at Orphancameras.com