Alpa Reflex Cameras from Switzerland

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Alpa Reflex 6 c
Picture courtesy Colin Johnson Collection
In 1960, the third generation was introduced with an asymmetric form of the prism head covering, combined with a new selenium exposure meter.
Moreover, the shoulders of the upper part of the body that had hitherto been rounded were now redesigned to be angular.
As a first for ALPA, there was also a horizontal viewing eyepiece - until then there had either been a waist-level viewfinder (ALPA Reflex) or a vertical (model 4), respectively a 45 viewing angle eyepiece (models Prisma Reflex, 5 and 6 - except for 6c - as well as 7 and 8).

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