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The Rix is a pseudo-TLR camera for 2¼-inch pictures on 120 film, made by the Czechoslovak company Druopta. It has a fixed-focus lens with aperture stops f/11 and f/16, and a Fokar shutter with speeds 1/25, 1/50 and 1/75 second, plus 'B', and with a cable-release socket and PC socket. It has a large brilliant finder (but not as large as the film-frame - see the picture), under a metal cover (hinged at the front; the finder does not have the other three sides of the hood found on most TLR cameras). Other than the finder cover, and the front plate, the body of the camera is of a bakelite-like resin plastic.