A fellow member of the artists club I belong to inherited an old camera from her late aunt. She would like to use it, but has very little to go on as to what kind of film it takes and what model of camera it is.
She says that she saw no information on the camera, nor on its case, as to what the specific model it is. Wikipedia was not much help, either, for when I looked up "Rolleiflex camera", the wikipedia entry simply says that Rolleiflex is a "long-running and diverse line of high-end cameras originally made by the German company Franke & Heidecke, and later Rollei-Werk." Also according to wikipedia, Rolleiflex made both medium format and 35mm SLR cameras, and I have no way of knowing which this is, as I am not able to see or examine the camera in person.
So apparently there are many different models of Rolleiflex cameras, and with no model name or number located anywhere on the body I have no idea how she can find out wha model she has. It does say something on the front that looks like "SYNCHRO COMPUR", but she says that that is not a model name.
My hope is that someone here on POTN will be familiar with this camera and be able to identify it by the photo that I am attaching.
If you can tell me what model it is I would much appreciate it. Also, if you can tell me what kind of film it takes, and where that film can be purchased, that info would be quite helpful, too.