Flexaret Automat is a classic twin-lens reflex (TLR) camera that was manufactured in the former Czechoslovakia by Meopta from the 1950s to the 1970s. This camera has become a popular collector’s item among photography enthusiasts and vintage camera collectors alike.
The Flexaret Automat was designed to offer advanced features, such as a built-in light meter, automatic aperture and shutter speed control, and an automatic film advance mechanism. It was a high-quality camera that could produce sharp, detailed images with its coated lenses, which were manufactured by Meopta themselves.
One of the unique features of the Flexaret Automat was its ability to shoot in both 6x6cm and 6×4.5cm formats, which was not a common feature for TLR cameras at the time. This versatility allowed photographers to switch between formats depending on their needs, providing more options for creative expression.