The Carlton-Reflex camera was marketed by the Allied Camera Supply Company of New York, New York in circa 1940s. It was a twin lens reflex camera manufactured by the Utility manufacturing company and was identical to the Spartus Full View camera. The camera was constructed of black Bakelite plastic with a chrome metal faceplate. The ground glass viewer provided the operator with the same sized image as the cameras 2 1/4 x 2 1/4 inch film exposure. The camera took twelve exposures on No. 120 or B2 roll film. It was fitted with a fixed focus lens for quick easy snap shots and simple time and instantaneous shutter. In 1949 it was improved with a synchronized flash.
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