|Condition:||Very good with only slight signs of use|
Universal Minute 16 sub-miniature camera with original gift box and user manual, made of stainless steel: Length only 7 cm.
The Minute 16 is a sub-miniature camera for 16 mm perforated film in reloadable cartridges. In 1949 it was introduced by the Universal Camera Corp. of New York, NY, USA, a company perhaps best known for the Univex cameras of the 1930s. The small chrome-plated metal camera looks like a cine camera with the traditional foldable frame viewfinder on top. It has a meniscus lens. Aperture selector lever marked f 6.3-11-16 next to it. The lever on the right side cocks the camera, and the push-release button is located just above. Guillotine shutter with 1/60 sec. A manual reset frame counter is below the lever. A striking feature is the tripod mount at the camera base, which also serves as a flash sync contact; a rare feature, also found on the 35 mm that SLR Contax S introduced the same year as the Minute-16.
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