kodak brownnie reflex synchro
today i boght the camera in question, to be correct i bought a medium format agfa and the seller gave me the kodak "for free" saying it wasn't working.
i didn't know nothing about the camera in question but when i got home i discovered that it works, it was only the pin of the bulb mode wich was stuck. i hate the idea of having a non working camera, i want at least try it once and put in order. it's a model produced between 1941 and 1951 and probably never cleaned in all this time. the viewer lens and the mirror are so dusty that it's impossible to see the sceen in the viewfinder. also the "real" lens is very dirty inside.
so i need to know how to open the camera. has anyone here done it before?
Sounds like the price was right on the Reflex!
I'm not sure exactly which version you have but here is a link to a tear down video for the Reflex II that might be of some help to you: Kodak Reflex II
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