Rectaflex Rotar Camera was manufactured by inventor Telemaco Corsi in Rome, Italy. It was a 35mm camera which embodied a three lens revolving turret, similar to motion picture cameras. The three lens provided the ability to instantaneously change lenses simply by rotating the dial. Lenses were available from 35mm to 600mm. The Rectaflex Rotor was a Rectaflex series 25000. The camera featured eye-level ground glass which displayed a full size 24 x 36mm image for focusing. the shutter provided speeds from 1 second to 1/1300 of a second. Optional flash was synchronized. Sold with a pistol grip and interchangeable rifle stock. The Rectaflex Rotar Camera was priced at $585.00.
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