Rafix is a medium format folding bed camera made by Beier and introduced c.1935.

It is not known that the camera made by Beier for another distributor. There is no internet information (except in Beier-Kamera) about this model, also it is not in McKeown's. On the back cover there is the Beier logo. Rafix is apparently very rare.

  • Film: 120 roll, picture size 6x9cm and 4.5x6cm with a mask
  • Lens: Trylor 105mm f/4.5 [1]
  • Aperture: f/4.5-f/25
  • Shutter: Compur with speeds 1-1/250 +T & B
  • Viewfinder: waist level brilliant finder and folding sport frames
  • Radial lever focusing
  • Cable release socket on the shutter
  • Two tripod sockets, 3/8"

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. As usual of that times cameras, it was offered many lens/shutter combinations. This data is for example.


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