I decided that I'd like a cheap 6x6 camera just for fun, and to take portraits and still lives to make pastels from, so I bought this old Argoflex TLR. It's in amazing shape, and looks like to be a good shooter, given the limitations of its lens and shutter. What immediately struck me was it's similarity to an old Voigtlander Focusing Brillant that used to be around here. The Bakelite body is an almost exact copy, including the sports finder on top, the strap lugs, the chrome back clasps and hinge, and the red window and wind-on knob. Fortunately, Argus went w/ a regular ground glass focus screen instead of that ridiculous little focus spot on the Voigtlander, and they eliminated the troublesome automatic film stop feature that never did work right on my Brillant. Does anyone know if Argus simply copied the Voigtlander design, or bought the body blanks from Voigtlander? I've never owned a Lubitel, so for all I know Argus copied their design, but it's eerie how similar this camera is to my old Voigtlander TLR.