Agfa PD 16 or Agfa Ansco Plenax was a series of folding cameras for type PD 16 roll film and manufactured by the Agfa company from 1935). Many models are distinguished only by the lens designations Antar (f/14) or Tripar (f/11). Others are designated “Plenax” (regardless of lens type), and this camera includes a few higher-specification models with Hypar f/6.3 Anastigmat lenses and shutters offering T, B, 100, 50, and 25 settings. It is capable of capturing eight exposures of 2½ x 4¼ inch or 16 exposures of 2½ x 2⅛ on PD 16 film (equivalent to Kodak’s designation 616). A mask for the film plane is provided to obtain smaller 16 exposures. This camera features a swiveling brilliant finder, a tripod socket, and two covered red windows.