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Japanese 6×6 TLR
Postwar models (M–Z)
6×6cm
M–Z
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The Oriflex (オリフレックス) is a Japanese 6×6 TLR, attributed to Oriental Shashin Kōgyō. It was featured in Japanese magazines between August 1950 and May 1951.[1] It is said to have geared lenses for focusing, semi-automatic film advance, a sportsfinder and a magnifying glass.[2] The lens is a Million 75/3.5 and the shutter gives T, B, 1–200 speeds.[3]

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  1. Kokusan kamera no rekishi, p. 348.
  2. Kokusan kamera no rekishi, p. 348.
  3. Kokusan kamera no rekishi, p. 348; specifications at Japan Family Camera.

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The Oriflex is not listed in Sugiyama.

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