The Color-Flex camera is believed to be manufactured by the Photo Laboratory Company in circa 1947 and was exclusively distributed by the Monroe Sales Company of Baltimore, Maryland. It was a pseudo TLR capable of taking 3 x 4 cm exposures on standard no. 127 roll film. The camera was constructed all of aluminum. It was brightly finished with cream colored enamel and a burgundy colored leatherette covering that had a pebbled texture. The Color-Flex camera originally sold for $17.50.
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