Agfa super silette


Rangefinder camera

The Reflekta II is a simple but very interesting twin-lens reflex camera. Its history is a good example of the agitated times in the German photographic industry between the 1930s and the 50s.

Focusing is done by a lever under the taking lens. The framecounter is a “classic” red window on the back of the camera. Reflecta II was sold with three different shutters, Cludor (B, 1 – 1/200s), Junior or Vebur (B1 – 1/250s). The camera has a flash contact (x sync.)



  • type: Rangefinder
  • film: 35 mm
  • focus: Coupled rangefinder with manual lever on lens barrel.
  • lens: 45 mm f/3.5 Agfa Apotar. Three-element lens.
  • country: Germany
  • date: 1959-1974
  • shutter: Prontor SVS five-blade leaf shutter. B (Bulb), 1, 1/2nd, 1/4th, 1/8th, 1/15th, 1/30th, 1/60th, 1/125th and 1/300th.

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