Nikkenflex – Twin focus
The Nikkenflex is a TLR which was available for a short time and is now hard to find. Two models are reviewed.
Bolseyflex – Not much flex
The Bolseyflex is a medium format 6x6 pseudo-TLR. A very ornate simple camera which I tried out a couple of times.
Walzflex – The slow dance
The Walzflex is a Japanese Twin Lens Reflex (TLR) from he 1950s. Aimed at the consumer, it was reviewed against modern emulsions.
Yashica 44A – Twin in small package
The Yashica 44A is a TLR in a small package producing much larger results.
Pigeonflex – Bird of a feather
A camera to allow your photography to take flight? To release your creativity free as a bird? Probably enough bird puns for now. So, was the Pigeonflex a camera to set the cat amongst the Pigeons? Ok that was one more. Twin Lens Reflex (TLR) cameras are an interesting type of camera. They have a history in street photography, especially the Rolleiflex, yet they are designed quite different from the rangefinders which are generally thought of as street cameras. They shoot in square format, like well-known Hasselblad studio cameras, but are designed to be used mobile. You look through the viewfinder, with the image reflected by a mirror, like a…