|German TLR ( )|
|35 mm||Contaflex | Flexilette | Optima Reflex|
|4×4||Baby Rolleiflex (1931) | Baby Rolleiflex (1957) | Karma-Flex|
|6×6||Altiflex | Amplion Reflex | Brillant | Flektar | Flexo | Flexora | Flexora II | Flexora III | Foth-Flex | Ikoflex 1 | Ikoflex II | Ikoflex Ia | Ikoflex Ic Ikoflex Favorit | Karma-Flex | Mentorett | Montiflex | Peerflekta | Perfekta | Photina Reflex | Plascaflex | Reflecta | Reflekta | Reflekta II | Rica Flex | Rocca Automatic | Rocca Super Reflex | Rolleiflex | Rolleicord | Rollop | Superb | Superflex | Trumpfreflex | Vitaflex | Weltaflex | Wirgin Reflex|
The top plate houses the waist-level viewfinder, frame counter, shutter release and double-exposure release. The front of the viewfinder hood can be opened to form a sports finder. The winding lever and rewinder are on the base.
- Lens: Apotar 45mm f/2.8 (stopping to f/22), focus to 3 ft
- Shutter: Prontor Special leaf shutter, 1 to 1/500 second + B
The camera was replaced after about a year by the Agfa Optima Reflex, which is similar, but the waist-level finder is replaced with an eye-level pentaprism one, and there is a selenium meter for automatic exposure. These two cameras failed to compete with the burgeoning range of SLRs available at the time and the Optima-Reflex was withdrawn in 1966.
| Agfa Reflex|
image by John Nuttall (Image rights)
image by Geoff Harrisson (Image rights)
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 McKeown, James M. and Joan C. McKeown's Price Guide to Antique and Classic Cameras, 12th Edition, 2005-2006. USA, Centennial Photo Service, 2004. ISBN 0-931838-40-1 (hardcover). ISBN 0-931838-41-X (softcover). p22.
- ↑ While McKeowns may compare this camera to a Silette, it clearly more closely resembles an Agfaflex.