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  Agfaflex II

The Agfaflex II was manufactured by the Agfa company in Munich German from approximately 1919 to 1963. This 35mm SLR camera was constructed with a metal body and covered in leather for the hand grip. It was similar to the Agfaflex I. The Agfaflex II featured an eye-level view finder, an interchangeable prism, a built -in light meter for correct exposure, a lens-coupled range finder for shar focus, automatic diaphragm snapped to a preset lens opening when shutter is snaped. The shutter had nine speeds from 1 to 1/300 of a second, plus time. It was synchronized for all flash units. Originally priced around $129.95.

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