The Vida Reflex was manufactured by Voigtlander & Sohn A.G. in circa 1910. Advertised as a new metal heliar reflex camera comprising efficiency, compactness and durability. It was constructed entirely of light metal. Capable of capturing quarter plate exposures (9x12cm) on plates or a film pack. The fill size focusing hood automatically self erected and the mirror and shutter are set simultaneously. It was fitted with a heliar f4.5 lens with a focal length of 7 1/4 inches and a self capping focal plane shutter. An adapter was able to be fitted to the front for using lenses up to 14 inch focus. It was priced at £21 5s in 1910.
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