The Plascaflex is a postwar TLR produced by Potthoff&Co (later Montanus Kamerafabrik) in Solingen, West-Germany. It was made in 1952. It is said the name refers to the bakelite-like polymer it was made from. The most unusual characteristic is the focusing magnifier stored in the bottom of the camera. In this same space an extra roll of film can be stored.

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The Plascaflex has a Plascanar 75/3.5 taking lens. It has a Prontor SVS shutter. The viewing lens is a Plascanar anastigmat f/2.8. It takes 6×6 pictures on 120 film.

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