Lyraflex (postwar)

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The Lyraflex is a Japanese 6×6 TLR that was made in the 1950s. The taking and viewing lenses are geared together for focusing. Film advance is by knob and is controlled by one red window in the back, protected by a vertically sliding cover. According to this page at, the book by Sugiyama and Naoi shows two examples, with Terionar lenses, and attributes them to Katsuma Optical Works.

On the example presented in this page at Kan's Room, the shutter is synchronized with 1/200 top speed.


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