Vintage 1950's Kalimar Reflex SLR camera by Fujita - looking for information
I have a Kalimar Reflex SLR camera by Fujita and was trying to find any information about the camera that I can find. I noticed that one sold on this site in August for around $150 with an allowance in case the camera needed some work. I had no idea the camera had that kind of value. The seller referred to the camera as a cheap Hasselblad. Mine appears to be in working order but I know virtually nothing about the camera. Anyone with knowledge of the camera or its history?
Instruction manual for Kalimar Reflex
Sirius Glass initially posted a link to the Butkus camera site. Thank you Sirius. I was not aware of that site. Although the Kalimar Reflex isn't listed on his site, I found it by searching his site. He lists it as an orphan camera. Here is a link to the instruction manualand pctures of what the camera looks like.
Oops! Not enough posts yet to allow me to post a link. OK! I'm cutting the link into pieces (added 4 spaces) to see if that will let me post.
Nope! I didn't disguise the link appropriately as a non-link.
See if the computer can stop me this time.
Go to the link Sirius Glass posted, delete the six_sixty and replace it with Reflex.
Sorry, go to the link Tessar posted and change six_sixty to reflex
Sorry for the wrong info previously.