Transforms from camera to three robots and back!


"See and you can know, know and you can destroy."

Loves to observe things: vegetation, architecture, Earthen topography, and particularly comrades' mistakes. Likes to blackmail his associates and is impressed with his own ability. Has highly-developed infra-red vision that can record images in darkness, through camouflage and at great distances. In camera mode, can emit powerful flash explosion that leaves enemy blind and disorientated for up to 15 seconds.

  • Strength: 7
  • Intelligence: 8
  • Speed: 2
  • Endurance: 6
  • Rank: 6
  • Courage: 7
  • Firepower: 6
  • Skill: 9
Transformers Tech Specs

Reflector was added to the TV cartoon in the very first episode as an obvious attempt to shore up the Decepticons' numbers (the Autobots outnumbered them about two to one). However, the toy wasn't available until two years later, and then only as a mail-order offering in exchange for a certain number of "robot points" clipped from the boxes of previously-purchased Transformers.

Reflector was a fairly ordinary 35mm camera, sized just right for children's hands, which divided into three smallish robots. All three robots were named "Reflector" and they spoke in a united voice whenever they had a line in the cartoon. By the second year/season, the Decepticons had enough members that they didn't need Reflector any longer (after all, without a toy, what was the point in plugging him?) and he was quietly dropped from the show.

Reflector is the name of Killing Heidi's debut album. Released on March 6th 2000 the album was produced by Paul Kosky of Wah Wah Music. He also played additional instruments on the record such as percussion, keys, guitar and sitar. Ella Hooper has said that Reflector 'was all about being rebellious'. This is apparent on most of the tracks which often deal with issues and trends that were and still are experienced by young individuals. One reviewer from Hybrid Magazine aptly described this record, saying:

'It’s the most impressively complex pop music you are likely to hear for quite some time. The musicianship is startling, the lyrics are personal, and Ella has an agile and professional voice.'

While this is a good description one should not ignore the straight out rock element of the music, tinged with folk influences that produce ballads that have as much musical integrity as they do chart appeal. Drawing on their rock influences a lot of the tracks have a speed uncommon to most pop rock songs on the airwaves today, and are still delivered in a tight and precise fashion.

Track Listing

  1. Mascara
  2. Weir
  3. Superman / Supergirl
  4. Astral Boy
  5. Leave Me Alone
  6. You Don't Know
  7. A Jar Labelled Small
  8. Class Celebrities
  9. Live Without It
  10. Real People
  11. Jon's Song
  12. Black Sheep
There is also a 2 CD version available which contains 11 live tracks and 3 video clips. The track listing for this CD is as follows

Recorded 'Live Cold at the Chapel'

  1. Intro
  2. Kettle
  3. Real People
  4. Live Without It
  5. You Don't Know
  6. Weir
  7. Mascara
  8. Superstar
  9. A Jar Labelled Small
  10. Talkback Interview
Recorded live on Triple M
  1. Superman / Supergirl (four piece accoustic)
Video Clips
  1. Weir Video Clips - U.S.A
  2. Superman / Supergirl Video Clips
  3. Interview & Info with Courtney Cox


Re*flect"or (-&etil;r), n. [Cf. F. r'eflecteur.]


One who, or that which, reflects.


2. Physics (a)

Something having a polished surface for reflecting light or heat, as a mirror, a speculum, etc.


A reflecting telescope.


A device for reflecting sound.


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