The twin reflex Gnoflex Camera was manufactured in circa 1955 by an unknown Japanese company. Designed as a copy to the popular Franke & Heidecke Rolliecord cameras of the same time period. The camera was constructed of pressed metal, covered in leather and finished in black enamel paint. It accepted standard A120 roll film. It featured Anastigmat Horinor 75mm f3.5 coated lens or an Elnor 75mm f3.5 or a HITAR Anastigmat 80mm f/3.5 lens. The NKS-FB shutter provided speeds ranging from 1 second to 1/300 of a second. Some have speculated that this camera was manufactured by Musashi or the Tokyo Optical Company.
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