Picked up this Voigtlander Brillant recently in lovely condition. Made from bakelite this pseudo twin lens reflex was made around 1937 and uses 120 film. It’s not a full TLR because the lens for the viewfinder is fixed with no focussing. It has a small compartment on the side to store filers and things and when I opened that I found the previous owners notes on exposures which he/she must have kept for reference.
I know, I know but can you ever really have enough cameras – I did sell my Corfield Periflex Gold Star; I’m ignoring that there are three more additions to show you (well two and a half).