Rollfilm-Kamera is a medium format folding bed camera made by Beier and introduced in c.1937.

Like the Rollfilm-Kamera of Voigtlander, this also was the official catalog name for the camera. It is a double format camera and takes 6x9cm and 4.5x6cm freames on 120 roll film. It has waist level brilliant reflex finder and wire frame sports finder. It offered various lens/shutter combinations, e.g. Trioplan 105mm f/4.5 or Xenar 105mm f/4.5 lenses in Prontor or Compur-Rapid shutters.[1][2]

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  1. McKeown's p.120
  2. There is no info about this camera in the internet.

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