Kodak Duaflex Flash
The Duaflex was an inexpensive consumer twin lens reflex. Its design was modeled after the famous Rolleiflex. The camera had very simple operating functions. There was one shutter speed and the camera utilized a simple meniscus lens. The Duaflex saw several improvements, ending with the Duaflex 4, which was manufactured between 1955 and 1960. Most Duaflex cameras were sold with the standard satin finish flash reflector which used a no. 2 flash bulb.
- 1947 - 1950 Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York
- Kodet Single Meniscus Lens
- I, B
- 620 Roll Film
- Original list price was $17.20