USC Reflex III

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The Reflex III is a pseudo TLR made by the United States Camera company (17 North Loomis Street, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A). It is primarily made of plastic and features a fixed aperture and shutter speed with a plastic positive meniscus lens.


The Reflex III uses 620 roll film and resembles a twin lens reflex camera. On top, a cover can be tilted up and forward to reveal the viewfinder: the photographer looks down into this to compose the photograph. The camera is made out of plastic but features a metal hotshoe on the left that could accept a matching flash unit. The flash is powered by two AA batteries which are loaded through a cover on the lower right side of the camera.