Gnome Pixie Flex

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The Gnome Pixie Flex is a Pseudo TLR made in Cardiff, Wales, UK, by Gnome from 1951. It had a crinkled black enamelled metal body. A later variant - shown in the images - had chromed front edges.

  • Format: twelve 6x6cm images on 620 or 120 film.
  • Simple shutter, I (instantaneous) & B only.
  • Fixed-focus, fixed-aperture lens.

The Gnome Pre-view was another Pseudo TLR, which had two aperture settings. A lever switched between the options "cloudy" and "brilliant". It also had a flash sync port.

The Gnome Pixie was a similar camera, without the reflex viewfinder.