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The international web-site of the Carl Zeiss Group.

The maker of Xenar, Xenotar and other distinguished lenses.


International Rollei Club.
Jaap Roskam’s International Rollei Club.

Club Rollei User

The Rolleiflex as an Icon by Emmanuel Bigler at Club Rollei User

Rollei Club of Italy

Nederlandse Rolleiflex Club


Anthony Oresteen
Rolleiflex 4x4 "Baby" Models.

Anthony Oresteen
Using the 1957 Rolleiflex 4x4 "Baby" Models.

John Lind
John Lind’s Rollei Page.

Jan Böttcher
Jan’s Museum.

Mike Elek
Mike’s page on the Rolleiflex 4×4 cm TLR. Also links to his pages on many other (Rolleiflex) cameras.

Reviews, Instructions

So, you want to buy a TLR Rolleiflex? Good choice!
Martin Reekie at Film ‘s Not Dead.

Buying a used Rolleiflex TLR
The Wonderful World of Rolleiflex TLR Photography. Dan Wagner at B&H Explora.


What Are the Different Types of Film Cameras?
Despite the ongoing improvements in digital imaging technology, analog cameras remain a popular (and beloved) instrument for many photographers. From 42 West, the Adorama Learning Center.

Street Photography
The Wonderful World of Rolleiflex TLR Photography. Dan Wagner at B&H Explora.

Rollei Users Group/Rollei Gallery
The RUG Pool is at Flickr’s. You need to be logged in on a Flickr account nowadays.

Rollei users
Edited by Daniel Ridings. This is a book of photographs made by members of the Rollei mailing List using Rolleiflex cameras. It is full of beautiful squares.


Film Photography: Why You Should Get In on the Fun
From the Adorama Learning Center. Even with the latest and greatest updates in DSLR and mirrorless cameras, film photography is still having a resurgence.

Behind the Film - Inside the ILFORD factory
See how film is made. Take a look inside the HARMAN technology factory in Mobberley, England where they manufacture the ILFORD and Kentmere ranges of black and white film, photographic paper and chemicals. Find the Rolleiflex.