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|German TLR ( )|
|35 mm||Contaflex | Agfa Flexilette | Optima Reflex|
|4×4||Baby Rolleiflex (1931) | Baby Rolleiflex (1957)|
|6×6||Altiflex | Amplion Reflex | Brillant | Flektar | Flexo | Flexora | Flexora II | Flexora III | Foth-Flex | Ikoflex Ic | Ikoflex Ia Ikoflex Favorit | Mentorett | Montiflex | Peerflekta | Perfekta | Photina Reflex | Plascaflex | Plascaflex PS 35 | Plascaflex V 45 | Reflecta | Reflekta | Reflekta II | Rica Flex | Rocca Automatic | Rocca Super Reflex | Rolleiflex | Rolleicord | Rollop | Superb | Superflex | Trumpfreflex | Vitaflex | Weltaflex | Wirgin Reflex|
The camera has a Prontor SVS shutter with speeds of 1–1/300s and B. Both lenses are Ennit 80mm f/2.8 of a four-element Tessar type, made by Enna in Munich. The camera has knob focusing and lever wind with automatic shutter cocking as on a Rolleiflex. The waist-level finder has a fresnel screen with split rangefinder and grid lines for easier composition. The camera has an EVS (light value) system, locking shutter speed and aperture, like that on the Flexaret VII. It can be switched off.
The image shows a simpler version with Pronto-SV shutter and Ennagon 1:3.5/7.5cm lenses.
- A Rollop description on medfmt.8k.com.
- Rollop / Lipca section at Retrography.com by Simon Simonsen, Denmark
- A Rollop camera ad at the 1956 Photokina