The Rollei A 26 was the most compact of the better cameras for type No. 126 film cassettes. It was one of the ingenious camera constructions of Heinz Waaske, a project launched by himself in 1969 at Rollei in Braunschweig. The camera was made from 1972 to 1976 by Rollei. Like many contemporary "pocket cameras" for the smaller 110 film cassettes it had a push-pull mechanism for combined film advance, shutter cocking and readiness setting. Waaske's model were the famous industrial designs of Braun products. He wanted a camera as easy to use as possible which had to be not much larger than the film cassette. Therefore he also constructed the special attachable computer flashgun Rollei C 26.
This camera is in excellent condition, shutter fires accurately and flash takes a charge and will fire, but battery does not last as long as it did when new. Comes with camera, flash, and Rollei charging cable