As well as the well-known 120 6x6 models, Rollei periodically produced models taking 127 film, shooting a nominal 4x4 image size. This was a particularly popular format with slide users, as the slides would fit the same external mount size as 35mm - so called "superslides". The Baby Rolleiflex really is precisely that - a small Rollei TLR. It's very much like the grey T of the same era, with minor differences (aside from size) - it actually has automatic loading, it has knob wind, and the shutter can only be released with the hood erect. Oh, and it has a 60mm f3.5 Schneider Xenar taking lens. Mine is complete with a plastic lens cap, plastic/leather case reminiscent of the Tropical case, and a special Bayonet I lens hood with cut-outs to allow it to clear the lesser between-lens distance of the smaller format. I have a small supply of both E6 and B&W (Maco) film for the camera - it's a nice piece of kit, and it would be a real shame to be unable to use it ever again.