The Koroll cameras were 120 film and 35mm viewfinder cameras made by Bencini in Milan, Italy in the 1950s. The body was based on a single aluminium alloy casting, which included the lens barrel. Each model seems to have gone through a number of facelifts, with minor cosmetic changes.


  • Introduced c.1951
  • 6x6 images on 120 film
  • 90mm
  • f/11 collapsible lens
  • Shutter: Single-speed 1/30th Sec (+B)

Koroll 24/24sEdit

  • Introduced c.1953
  • 24 3x4.5cm images on 120 film
  • Shutter: Single-speed 1/50th Sec (+B on 24 & 24S)
  • Lens: f.9 or f.11

Koroll II or Koroll 2Edit

  • Models with several slight style differences
  • Introduced c.1961
  • Lens: Bencini Acromatico 55mm/f8; alternative stop f.16
  • Shutter: 1/50, 1/100, B or 1/30, 1/60, 1/125
  • 24 3x4.5cm images on 120 film

Koroll IIIEdit

Similar to the Koroll II with an upgraded shutter.

Koroll SEdit

  • Introduced c.1953
  • 6x6cm images on 120 film (option of 3x4.5)
  • Lens: collapsible barrel, f.11
  • Shutter: 1/50

Koroll 35Edit

  • Introduced c.1960
  • Lens: Bencini Achromatico 55mm/f.8
  • Shutter: 1/150, 1/100, 1/50, B
  • Film: 24x36mm images on 35mm film



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