The Fokaflex was manufactured in Japan in circa 1955. McKeowns suggests that the manufacturer was likely Sanwa Photographic Supply. A simple twin-lens camera constructed of bakelite with a large top view finder. It was capable of capturing a 6 x 6 cm exposure on No. 120 roll film. It was fitted with a Fokar 2 f7.5 lens and variable shutter providing speeds of 1/25th to 1/100th of a second, plus bulb. The camera was produced in six versions with minor variations.
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