The Bolsey-Flex is a name variant of the Ising Pucky camera, made in Germany. It is a 6×6 pseudo TLR, with guess focusing, a 80/7.7 lens with three aperture settings (7.7, 11, 16), and a Time & Instant synchronized shutter. Film is advanced by a knob and there is double exposure prevention. The camera has a round finder window, and a small finder hood.
The Bolseyflex is a later variant, with a square finder window, a larger finder hood and a restyled body. The aperture numbers are replaced by Sunny and Cloudy indications.
Both models have a greenish leatherette finish.
|image by John Kratz (Image rights)|
|image by eBayer berflo0 (Image rights)|
- Pont, Patrice-Hervé. Le Bolsey. Fotofiche n°9. Flassy (France): Fotosaga, June 1988. (Leaflet, no ISBN number.)
- Sanford, Richard. Bolsey, the man behind the camera. Home publication, 2003. (No ISBN number.)
- Bolsey-Flex at westfordcomp.com
- Bolseyflex at Tanya Clark's page (archived)
- Bolsey-Flex in the Fotofex vintage camera page (archived)