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6x9 TLR

Stephen H , Oct 06, 2005; 10:12 p.m.

I recall reading of a TLR sometime back that had the unusual distinction of being a 6x9 instead of a 6x6. But I can't think who made it (and don't find much trying to search for it!). Any ideas? Any user experience with one?

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Kevin Bourque , Oct 06, 2005; 10:35 p.m.

The Koni Omegaflex M was a 6x7 TLR. I don't recall ever hearing about a 6x9.

Steve Chan , Oct 06, 2005; 10:39 p.m.

There's the OmegaFlex, a 6x7 TLR based on the Koni Omega. And there's the various Graflex large format SLR's. There's also the GowlandFlex 4x5 TLR's.

Peter Evans , Oct 06, 2005; 11:42 p.m.

. . . and the 6x9 (or conceivably even 9x9) Makiflex SLR.

Stephen H , Oct 07, 2005; 12:05 a.m.

Thanks, I'm pretty sure the Koni Omegaflex is what I was remembering, and just remembered the size wrong. And that explains why the search didn't work!

Patric Dahlén , Oct 07, 2005; 01:18 a.m.

http://www.tlr-cameras.com/German/slides/Welta%20Superfekta.html

Winfried Buechsenschuetz , Oct 07, 2005; 05:29 a.m.

There was also a french one, the Ontoflex.

http://perso.wanadoo.fr/photoptic/Onto.jpg

Steven Clark , Oct 07, 2005; 03:36 p.m.

That Welta looks insane, like someone tore a folder and a TLR apart, built a 6x6 rangefinder, and needed something to do with the leftover parts.

Jonathan James , Oct 07, 2005; 05:44 p.m.

The weltaflex was always one of those cameras where you were left wondering just why anyone ever bothered to design it in the first place!

Donald Qualls , Oct 08, 2005; 02:08 a.m.

There was also a FOLDING 6x9 TLR, the Perfekta. Quite rare, I believe...


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