The Pentacon Six System
by TRA

The History of the Pentacon Six

Reflex Korelle II

Date: 1938 - 




From 1938 onwards, the Reflex Korelle provided in its model IIA  a second slow-speed shutter dial which gave additionally ½, 1/5, 1/10, 1 sec and 2 secs, as well as adding delayed action, a built-in magnifier, a slide-up frame finder and an “automatic” frame counter.  (See “The Korelle Guide” p 13.)

The Reflex Korelle I and the Noviflex.
The front wire frame folds up on the Noviflex, and slides up on the Reflex Korelle,
but the similarities are obvious.

Advertisement from the British Journal Almanac, 1939
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09 The Reflex Korelle III

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