The Baby Reflex is a Japanese SLR camera using the no-need-darkroom process, only known from Sugiyama. The name might indicate that the camera was related to the Baby made and distributed by Baby Kamera Kenkyūjo in 1931.
The camera is shaped as a box, with a viewing hood hinged to the top of the front side. It is said to take 3×5cm film. It reportedly has a mirror shutter, giving only Bulb exposure; no release lever is visible in the only available picture. The name Baby REFLEX is inscribed on a crescent-shaped plate attached to the front, above the lens.