Kodak Reflex II
The Kodak Reflex II is a TLR camera that made 2¼×2¼ inch exposures on 620 rollfilm. By fitting an adapter you could also use 828 film. It was manufactured by Kodak from 1948 to 1949 and was a slightly improved model of the Kodak Reflex.
It has a Kodak Anastar 80mm lens made of four elements with an aperture range of f/3.5 to f/22.
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- Kodak Reflex II user manual at Butkus.org
- Kodak Reflex II at Matt's Classic Cameras
- A diagram that shows how to disassemble the lenses and shutter of the Kodak Reflex II at Rick Oleson's page.
- Repair tutorials on cleaning the view finder, the winding mechanism, shutter disassembly and collimating the lenses of the Kodak Reflex II on flickr .