A few weeks ago I acquired an Agfa Colorflex 35mm, fixed lens, slr camera which had a few problems with the shutter. In order to see what was wrong I needed to remove the shutter from the camera, and this short post shows the sequence I went through to do that.
Agfa Colorflex Strip down pictures
Removing the shutter from the Agfa Colorflex camera body was a relatively easy operation, as the sequence above shows, but once I’d removed it I found that the camera had a few other issues and probably isn’t worth trying to fix.
I found that the mirror is missing, the plate which holds the condenser lens in place as part of the the focusing screen is not screwed in, and there was a small piece of bent metal and a screw which fell out of the camera body when the shutter was removed. I suspect therefore that this camera will become a set of parts! Still, it may be of interest to someone to see the sequence of pictures above if they own an Agfa Colorflex and need to get to the shutter unit to repair it.