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The Agfa Ambiflex was a SLR for 35mm film, made by Agfa in c.1960. It was made for interchangeable lenses but had a leaf shutter. Its viewfinder unit could also be exchanged - there were pentaprism and waist-level finders. The Ambiflex was equipped with a coupled selenium light meter, self-timer and the standard lens was a 2.8/50mm Color-Solinar. In the United States, these cameras were known as the Agfaflex III/IV/V.
- Ambiflex Manual at www.butkus.org
- Agfaflex III/IV/V Manual at www.butkus.org
- Agfa Ambiflex at Sylvain Halgand's www.collection-appareils.fr (in French)
- Agfa Ambiflex on Au fil des images by J.C.Boussat (in French)