Imperial 127 Reflex
|image by Adam Weiss (Image rights)|
The Imperial 127 Reflex Flash is a pseudo TLR from Herbert George of Chicago, Illinois, USA. It is seemingly based on the plastic molds for the Imperial Mark 27, but replaces the internal flash reflector with a brilliant finder. As the name implies, it was designed for 127 roll film, yielding twelve exposures 4×4 cm per roll. The lens is fixed focus and the only exposure control is the "Color/B&W" lever below the lens, with the B&W setting selecting a smaller aperture stop.
|Original packaging with included flashbulb holder|
image by Andrius Nefotografas (Image rights)