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The Flika is a camera for 6x9 or 4.5x6 cm pictures on 120 film, made by D.F. Vasconcellos S.A. in Brazil, between 1961 and 1976.[1] The camera body is moulded from a Bakelite-like plastic.

It has an 8 cm f/13.5 lens, and an everset 'I' and 'B' shutter. Like many simple cameras, it has a curved film plane, to allow for the curved field of its simple lens.

The camera has a mask for the 4.5x6 cm format, and markings for this format in the viewfinder.


  1. According to a note on the 'Flika' group page at Flickr.