Argoflex ef manual woodworkers

We don't have enough information to provide an accurate price for this camera, so this is the suggestion based on what we have. Suggest the rarity The Argoflex E was the first of a fairly long line of Argoflexes, which actually eventually devolved into cheap plastic boxlike cameras in the last models (75, 40), not unlike oversized Kodak Duaflexes. This particular E is actually the later model of the first Argoflex E, with a coated lens instead of the earlier uncoated version; Argus The Argoflex EM is a gearedlens TLR produced briefly by Argus in 1948.

It was based on the metal body castings of the illfated Argoflex II, but modified to If you find this manual useful, how about a donation of 3 to: M. Butkus, 29 Lake Ave.High Bridge, NJ and send your email address so I can thank you. May 23, 2008  The Argoflex EF ( ) was metal, now with a hot shoe for flash. The Argoflex 40 ( ) was plastic and the beginning of the end uncoupled focusing, fewer Argoflex represents a modern development of the twinlens type of camera.

It shows you the picture before you take it, and incorporates many refinements which make picturetaking easier, and good results more certain. The Argoflex EF was an entrylevel TLR made by Argus from, a minor redesign of the earlier and less common Argoflex EM with added flash sync. The EF takes 6x6 centimeter exposures on 620 rollfilm and had an aperture range of 4. 5 to 18 and a speed range What is it?

This is an Argoflex EF twin lens reflex camera made by Argus, which was based out of Ann Arbor, Michigan. This Argoflex is the same as the Argoflex EM, except it has a flash synchronized shutter and a flash hotshoe on the side of the camera.



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