Agfa Box B-2 is a medium format box camera manufactured by Agfa Kamerawerk AG, Munich, Germany between 1937-38.
Film: 120 roll (known as B-2 at that times), picture size 6x9, takes 8 frames. Lens: single element Meniscus lens, located behind the shutter leaf; Aperture: f/11, Fixed focus.
Shutter: simple spring rotary shutter, w/ metallic sliding aperture disc, about 1/60, +B, installed on the front cover of the camera and therefore is located in front of the lens.
Viewfinders: two bright glass screens, on the top and right sides of the camera, for portrait and landscape views;
Body: cardboard, covered with leatherette.