The Foto-Flex camera was manufactured by Hadd's Mfg. Co. for Foto-Flex Corp. of Chicago, Illinois in circa 1940. There were two versions made. One was constructed of metal and the other of bakelite with a metal faceplate. The bakelite version has a handle. The camera has an unusual twin-lens reflex design where the lens for viewing and the lens for taking the photo are located in a round disc on the front to give the illusion of a single lens. Foto-Flex takes twelve 4 x 4 cm square images on no. 127 roll film.
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