Ricoh
Ricohmatic 44

Japan 1956 – Reflex TLR – 127 film – Infrequent. While not incredibly rare, the Ricohmatic 44 serves as a captivating example of an ambitious yet largely unsuccessful attempt to enhance the user’s photographic experience. Ricoh’s engineers dedicated their efforts to crafting an appealing design, highlighted by a stylish semi-transparent flip cover (though it unfortunately … Read moreRicoh
Ricohmatic 44

Agfa
Flexilette

Germany 1960 – TLR – 35 mm – Infrequent. The Flexilette (also sold as the Agfa Reflex) is a very unusual TLR camera produced by Agfa in 1960. The body is similar to a conventional 35 mm viewfinder camera but made a little taller with the extra lens and viewfinder grafted on. Both lenses are … Read moreAgfa
Flexilette

Bolsey
Model C – 75/99

United States 1950 – Reflex TLR – 35 mm – Rare. The Model C, produced by Bolsey starting 1950, is one of the quirkiest and most eccentric cameras ever made. It’s a very compact, “Atomic Age” styled Twin Lens Reflex (TLR) camera was designed by Yakob Bogopolsky, also famous for having later founded Bolex (the cinema … Read moreBolsey
Model C – 75/99

Rollei
RolleiFlex Baby (K1A) – 2/99

Germany 1931 – Reflex TLR – 4×4 cm – Very Rare. The Rolleiflex 4×4, affectionately nicknamed the “Baby” Rolleiflex, entered production from March 1931 and continued until the midst of WWII in 1943. The K.1A model marked a significant step for Franke & Heidecke, as it was their inaugural 4×4 cm offering following the introduction … Read moreRollei
RolleiFlex Baby (K1A) – 2/99