|Chinese TLRs |
and "pseudo TLRs"
|Cangle | Dalian | Eastar | Emei | Five-Goats | Hongmei-5 ||
Hua Ying | Hua Zhong | Mudan | Pearl River | Qingdao SF-2 | Rainbow | Seagull 4 | Seagull 4A | Seagull 4B | Seagull 4C |
Seagull 4D | Shanghai | Splendidflex | Temple of Heaven | Wuhan Youyi | YC-75X100
|Bedfordflex | Binaflex | Halina A1 | Halina Prefect | Halina Viceroy | Haking Mirroflex II | Traveller|
|image by tingman01 (Image rights)|
The YC-75X100 is a large-format, instant-film TLR made in China, about which little is known. Hong Kong collector Wong Ting Man considers it one of the rarest items in his collection (archived) of 1042 instant-film cameras, and attributes it to "Shanghai Movie Ind. Institute". It is certainly a large camera and "75X100" suggests this may be the image dimensions in millimeters. The nameplate could also possibly be read as VC 75X100.
|Size comparison with conventional Rolleiflex 6x6 TLR|
image by tingman01 (Image rights)