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Part of Ricoh's 6x6 TLR series, the Ricohflex VI featured geared rings for synchronous focusing, a streamlined design, and a simplified manufacturing process. This allowed Ricoh to significantly increase production and offer an affordable TLR without compromising quality. The Ricohflex VI, also known as the Victaflex, boasted a combination of Anastigmat camera lens and Viewer finder lens. Introduced in 1953, it hit the market at a competitive price of USD $49.95, including a case, showcasing Ricoh's commitment to accessible yet reliable TLR options during the 1950s.

Ricohflex VI (1953)

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