The Agilux Autoflash super 44 is a plastic viewfinder camera taking 4x4cm images on 127 film. It was made in England by Agilux, from c.1959 to 1964. A selenium meter controls the exposure automatically, with manual override for flash set on a slider below the lens. The film speed for the meter is set by a dial on top, graduated in ASA and B.S. Log speeds. There is a built-in holder for a flashbulb, under a hinged cover on the top plate, powered by a 22.5v battery.