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[[Ross-Ensign]]'s '''Fulvueflex''' [[flash sync|Synchroflash ]] was a [[pseudo TLR]], made from 1957 to 1959.
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[[Ross-Ensign]]'s '''Fulvueflex''' [[flash sync|Synchroflash ]] is a [[pseudo TLR]], made from 1957 to 1959.
  
 
It followed the line of the [[Ensign Ful-Vue|Ful-Vue Super]], but now sported a plastic (polystyrene<ref>It proudly says polystyrene in the manual, not Bakelite as listed in some places.</ref>) body and lenses, and unlike the 620-film Ful-Vue Super, the Fulvueflex returned to using [[120 film]]. The "Astaross" lens is [[fixed-focus]], with no choice of aperture, and the shutter has a single instantaneous speed and a B setting.  The body splits in half diagonally for film loading, released by turning a small metal plate on either side.
 
It followed the line of the [[Ensign Ful-Vue|Ful-Vue Super]], but now sported a plastic (polystyrene<ref>It proudly says polystyrene in the manual, not Bakelite as listed in some places.</ref>) body and lenses, and unlike the 620-film Ful-Vue Super, the Fulvueflex returned to using [[120 film]]. The "Astaross" lens is [[fixed-focus]], with no choice of aperture, and the shutter has a single instantaneous speed and a B setting.  The body splits in half diagonally for film loading, released by turning a small metal plate on either side.

Latest revision as of 06:22, 19 March 2019

Ross-Ensign's Fulvueflex Synchroflash is a pseudo TLR, made from 1957 to 1959.

It followed the line of the Ful-Vue Super, but now sported a plastic (polystyrene[1]) body and lenses, and unlike the 620-film Ful-Vue Super, the Fulvueflex returned to using 120 film. The "Astaross" lens is fixed-focus, with no choice of aperture, and the shutter has a single instantaneous speed and a B setting. The body splits in half diagonally for film loading, released by turning a small metal plate on either side.


Notes

  1. It proudly says polystyrene in the manual, not Bakelite as listed in some places.

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