The camera industry in India did not produce of lot of models Furthermore, the items manufactured in this country suffered from years of storage with heat and moisture and they often come into our hands today in very bad condition. Years ago, I had the chance to work as expatriate in the town of Chennai (South east of india) and I could buy these two local vintage cameras. First one is a pseudo TLR named Sure Flex manufactured in Bombay by a company called Ace Camera Equipments PVT Ltd. The camera, released in 1954, is a copy of the Anscoflex II. but an enhanced copy as it offers settings in the front that were not available on the Ansco Camera. When you slide upward the front cover, it opens automatically the two flaps that protect the lens of the viewer. The second one is a rare version made in India in 1959 (under license ?) of the well known Synchro Box from Agfa ( german and french versions of this camera are far more common) It was in very bad state when it was discovered in a small shop in Chennai.