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Japanese 6×6 TLR
Postwar models (M–Z)
6×6cm
M–Z
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Magniflex | Malcaflex | Mamiya C | Mananflex | Manonflex | Marioflex | Metascoflex | Middl Flex | Mikono Flex S, P | Minolta Autocord | Minoltacord | Minoltaflex Automat prototypes | Minoltaflex II, III | Minoriflex | Molforeflex | Monade Flex | Morrisflex | Nikkenflex | Nikoflex | Ofunaflex | Olympus Flex | Oplenflex | Oriflex | Orionflex | Osiroflex | Pigeonflex | Princeflex | Prince Junior | Prinz Auto | Prinz Flex | Rectaflex | Ricohflex III–VII, Super, Holiday, Million | Ripeflex | Rolex | Ruvinalflex | Sanonflex | Selcaflex | Silverflex | Starflex | Superflex | Toyocaflex | Tsubasaflex | Tubasaflex | Veri Flex | Wagoflex | Walzflex | Welmyflex | Yashica-A, B, C, D, E, 635 | Yashica-Mat, EM, LM, 12, 24, Mat-124 | Zenobiaflex
Prewar and wartime models and postwar models (A–L) ->
Other TLR, pseudo TLR and medium format SLR ->
Other Japanese 6×6, 4.5×6, 3×4 and 4×4 ->

For the Kodak 127 twin-lens camera, see Kodak Brownie Starflex. For the other Starflex advertised by Ueda from 1940 to 1943, see Starflex (wartime).

The postwar Starflex is a Japanese 6×6 TLR, only known from a couple of surviving examples. It looks similar to other TLR cameras made by Tougodo, like the Toyocaflex, of which it was perhaps a rebadged variant. It has an unnamed shutter (B, 1–300), a Tri-Lausar Anastigmat 8cm f/3.5 taking lens and a Tri-Lausar Viewer 8cm f/3.5 viewing lens. The name STARFLEX is written on the nameplate in capital letters.

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The camera is listed in Sugiyama or Kokusan kamera no rekishi.

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