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Japanese subminiature on cine film (edit)
8mm film Camera "A" | Camera-Lite | Echo 8 | Kaitenkei
9.5mm film Doryu 1 | Fujica 8×11mm SLR | Yashica Atoron
16mm film Albert | Beauty 16 | Bell 16 | Bell Kamra | Binoca | Camera "B" | CM-16 | Cyclops | Dan 16 | Darling-16 | Doryu 2-16 | Fujica 16mm SLR | Gemmy | Glico Pistol | Konan-16 Automat | Mamiya 16 Automatic | Mica Automat | Micta | Minolta-16 | Minolta-16 EE | Minolta-16 MG | Minolta-16 MG-S | Minolta-16 P | Minolta-16 Ps | Minolta 16 QT | Mycro Super 16 | Mykro Fine Color 16 | Nice | Nikon 16 | Poppy | Ramera | Ricoh 16 | Ricoreo 16 | Rubina | Rubix | Seiki 16 | Seiki 16 (pistol) | Shaty 16 | Sonocon 16 | Spy 16 | Steky | Golden Steky | Teleca | Viscawide-16 | Yashica Y16 | Yashica 16 EE | Zany | Zuman Super 16 | Zunow Z16
unknown Matchbox camera
roll film and other film see Japanese roll film subminiature
110 film see Japanese 110 film

The Minolta-16 MG was an exciting item of Minolta's subminiature camera series. A lot of accessories were available, including macro lenses, filters, flashes, a copy stand, a laboratory equipment, an enlarger, and a slide projector. It was also marketed by Foto-Quelle as Revue 16.

specificationsEdit

  • Type: subminiature viewfinder camera
  • Manufacturer: Minolta
  • Year of launch: 1966
  • Film: Minolta 16 mm film with ISO speeds 25-400
  • Frame size: 10×14 mm
  • Lens: Rokkor 1:2.8/20 mm with 4 elements, a sliding door with an additional portrait element can be shifted into the position in front of the lens
  • Shutter: Speeds of flash synchronized shifter shutter set manually between 1/30 and 1/250 sec.
  • Aperture: stops f/2.8 – f/16
  • Metering: coupled selenium meter, match needle exposure setting system
  • Size: 102×24×39 mm
  • Weight: 160 g

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