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History Edit

The classic Minox sub-miniature camera was originially designed by the Latvian engineer Walter Zapp. It was produced in Riga (Latvia) in 1937-1944. After the war, the camera was further developed in Wetzlar, Germany, and the first German Minox was released in 1948. The light aluminum shell Minox B, which included a coupled lightmeter, was produced from 1958 to 1972. It was followed by the Minox C in 1969.

Since then several models have followed, and the camera has been updated with better exposure meters, electronic shutters, etc.

List of Minox Cameras Edit

digital Edit

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  • Classic camera miniature replica series
  • Minox DD1 (fancy camera with same technology as classic digital replicas)
  • other Minox digitals
    • DC 1311
    • DC 2111
    • DC 3311
    • DC 2122
    • DC 2133
    • DC 4011
    • DC 4211
    • DC 4211 gold
    • DC 5211
    • DC 5222
    • DC 6011
    • DC 6211
    • DC 6311
    • DC 8111
    • DC 8122
    • DC 1011
    • DC 1011 caret
    • DD100
    • DD200

8×11 mm Edit

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  • Minox Riga (1937-44)
  • Minox A (1948-69)
  • Minox B (1958-72)
  • Minox C (1969-76)
  • Minox BL (1972-73)
  • Minox LX (1976-95 )
  • Minox EC (1981-95 with special editions for MHS and Minox Club 2002)
  • Minox AX (1992-96?)
  • Minox TLX (1995-2003)
  • Minox CLX (1998)
  • Minox MX
  • Minox ECX
  • Minox LX Selection
  • Minox LX Platin
  • Minox LX 2000
  • Minox Avaitor
  • Classic camera miniature replica series
    • Classic Camera Leica If
    • Classic Camera Leica IIIf
    • Classic Camera Leica M3
    • Classic Camera Hasselblad SWC
    • Classic Camera Contax I

110 film Edit

  • Minox 110S

35mm Edit


  • Minox 35 line:
  • modern automatic compacts
    • Minox AF
    • Minox AF mini
    • Minox AF-90
    • Minox M*142
    • CD 25 silver
    • CD 25 black
    • CD 29 silver
    • CD 29 black
    • CD 70 silver
    • CD 70 black
    • CD 112 silver
    • CD 112 black
    • CD 128
    • CD 140
    • Edition 140
    • CD 150
    • CD 155

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