Posted 6 years ago
The Agfa Trolix (aka Box 14) was a plastic box camera made from 1936-1940. It had two adjustable wheels on either side of the face. The one on the left controlled the two aperture settings, plus a yellow filter to move over the lens. The right wheel controlled the shutter settings. M - (Moment/Instantaneous) and Z - (Time/Bulb). The body was made of Trolite, an earlier version of bakelite and it had a carrying handle made of chrome-plated metal. It took 120 film.