Agfa is one of the oldest companies in the history of photography. They produced film and developing accessories, but also a variety of cameras. As the new PP SLR cameras were introduced, Agfa presented their Ambiflex in 1958, called Agfaflex in Northern
America. The camera was produced in different versions until 1966. In 1963 they presented their Selectaflex that was produced until 1968.
In 1980 a line of new cameras with an Agfa-logo, called Selectronic, were ordered from Japanese Chinon, in fact
being copies of actual Chinon cameras. But by reading the Cosina List, it appears that these cameras were really produced in Cosina factory! These cameras are not included in my Agfa life span.