Accuraflex

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Japanese 6×6 TLR
Postwar models (A–L)
6×7cm Koni-Omegaflex M
6×6cm
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The Accuraflex is a Japanese twin lens reflex for 6×6 cm images on 120 film. While it greatly resembles other TLRs from Tougodo such as the Toyocaflex, Barry Toogood of TLR-cameras.com regards it as a "mystery" model whose provenance is not entirely certain[1].

The USC Auto Forty is a very similar camera, imported for the US market by United States Camera Corp.


Notes

  1. Models attributed to Tougodo, including "mystery TLRs" at Barry Toogood's TLR-cameras.com
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