The Franka 125 L was one of Franka's viewfinder cameras with a selenium meter, a variant of the meterless Franka 125. It was made in the time when the Franka company in Bayreuth (Frankonia) was taken over by the Wirgin company in Wiesbaden (Hesse), around 1961. So the camera was also offered as Edixa 125 L, and in 1964 it was sold as Revue 35 BL by Foto-Quelle.
Lens: Isco-Göttingen Color-Isconar 1:2.8/45mm, focusable with help of metre scale or symbol scale
Shutter: Prontor 125, half-moon shaped release lever on camera front side, speeds 1/30 sec., 1/60 sec., 1/125 sec. and B
Aperture: 1:2.8 to 1:22
Meter: uncoupled Japanese selenium meter shows light value between 1 and 10, manual three-slice analog calculator needs ASA preselection, then it suggests a light value/shutter speed combination for a selected aperture value or vice versa
Viewfinder: big optical bright frame finder
Film advance: lever in the camera back, rewind unlock button in the bottom, and rewind knob (with film speed reminder) on top
Dimensions: ca. 130×81×67mm
This camera also sold under the name Champion IV, Edixa 125 L, OGA, Pacemaker 35LM, Reporter, Revue 35 BL, Rollop 35 and Universa.