Template:Japanese postwar 6×6 TLR (M–Z) The Minoltaflex is a series of TLR (twin lens reflex) cameras for 120 film made by Chiyoda Kōgaku (later Minolta) from 1937 until the 1950s. This page is about the postwar models, see also the 1937 Minoltaflex (I) and the Minoltaflex Automat.

The postwar Minoltaflex (later termed the Minoltaflex II), advertised from the July 1950 until the July 1952 issues of magazines, has a Rokkor 75mm f/3.5 lens and a Konan Rapid shutter (B, 1–500).

The Minoltaflex IIB, introduced in May 1952, has semi-automatic film advance. It was advertised in magazines dated September 1952 until February 1954.

The Minoltaflex III has a Seikosha-Rapid shutter (B, 1–500). It was advertised in magazines dated December 1953 through November 1955.

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