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The Flexora was the first of a line of 1950s TLRs made by Lipca, Barntrup. It has Ennagon 7,5cm/3.5 lenses made by Enna in Muenich. The shutter is a Prontor-S with speeds of B, 1-1/300s. Focusing is done by an anchor under the taking lens, like on the Minolta Autocord I and the Meopta Flexaret VII. It takes 6×6 pictures on 620 or 120 film. The film is transported with a knob on the right of the camera. Right under this knob, there's a mechanical frame counter of the same size. An odd series of apertures 3.5, 4.5 5.3, 8, 12, 18 and 25 is marked on a scale under the taking lens.