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Royer Royflex 20
France Version française
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Manufactured or assembled in France from 1956 to (After) 1957.
Index of rarity in France: Infrequent (among non-specialized garage sales)
Inventory number: 1178

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Chronology of cameras Royer 

Traduction de C. Akgungor.

It was Royer who launched the Royflex III with a viewfinding system called Telelight, which consists a Fresnel lens and a crossed prisms rangefinder in its center. Another improvement -absolutely new in France- was the unique lever that was advancing the film and cocking the shutter in the same time. Inevitably, such improvements increased significantly the camera's price. In order to offer a more affordable camera to its customers, Royer launched the Royer 20 on which the Telelight was kept but not the simultaneous film advance/ shutter cocking. According to Vial, a simple advance button replaced the advance lever.

Royer Royflex 20

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