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The Morrisflex is a Japanese 6×6 TLR. It is said that only three prototypes were made by Mori Seisakusho.[1]

Description Edit

The Morrisflex is a regular copy of the Rolleicord. The front plate moves back and forth for focusing, and the focus knob is on the photographer's right. There is no sportsfinder in the viewing hood. The name MORRISFLEX is inscribed on a stepped nameplate above the front plate.

The release button is placed at the bottom of the front standard, actuated by the left-hand fingers. The shutter has a self-timer and is synchronized via a single pin. The taking and viewing lenses have 75mm focal length, and at least the viewing lens has f/3.5 aperture.

Notes Edit

  1. According to this page of the AJCC.

Bibliography Edit

The Morrisflex is not listed in Sugiyama nor in Kokusan kamera no rekishi.

Links Edit

In Japanese:

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