|Chinese TLRs (and "pseudo TLRs")|
|Bedfordflex | Binaflex | Cangle | Dalian | Eastar|
|Emei | Five-Goats | Halina A1 | Halina Prefect|
|Halina Viceroy | Hongmei-5 | Hua Ying|
|Hua Zhong | Mirroflex II | Mudan | Pearl River|
|Qingdao SF-2 | Rainbow | Seagull 4|
|Seagull 4A | Seagull 4B | Seagull 4C|
|Seagull 4D | Shanghai | Splendidflex|
|Temple of Heaven | Tianjin Eastar | Traveller|
|Wuhan Youyi | YC-75X100|
| Chinese and Hong Kong TLRs|
at tlr-cameras.com 
The Viceroy was a Pseudo TLR-format roll film box camera produced by Haking's in Hong Kong from around 1960. The lens plate is labelled "HAKING'S SUPER REFLEX" below the taking lens. Picture format is twelve 6x6cm images on 120 film. Lens: Haking's Double Meniscus f.8, with f.8, f.11 and f.16 stops. B & I shutter settings, with flash synch and an accessory shoe on the side.
The shutter and aperture controls are operated by knobs either side of the space between the lenses, imitating more expensive TLRs.
A similar camera, with the same body and lens but simpler controls and without the accessory shoe, was the Halina Prefect, of 1960.