The Rolleiflex SL26 is a manual-exposure SLR camera for Kodak's 126 film. Three lenses were available, all from Carl Zeiss: the Tessar 1:2.8/40mm, which was supplied with the camera, the wide-angle Pro-Tessar 1:3.2/28 mm, and the portrait Pro-Tessar 1:4/80mm. The camera was designed by the famous German camera engineer Heinz Waaske. Only 28,570 examples were made, and at DM 628 ($299.50), it was the most expensive camera made for the format.
- Type: Single-lens reflex film camera
- Film: 126 film cartridge
- Manufactured: 1968-73
- Lens: Zeiss Tessar 2.8, 40mm (supplied)
- Shutter: Compur leaf 1/2 sec. - 1/500 sec. plus bulb
- Viewfinder: includes split-image rangefinder and exposure indicator
- Flash: hot shoe for external flashgun