Add this sub-miniature Universal Minute 16 camera to your collection!
The Minute 16 camera was manufactured in 1949 by the Universal Camera Corp. of New York, NY, USA. It uses 16mm perforated film in re-loadable cartridges (film which can still be found today).
This small metal camera looks like a movie camera and has a foldable frame finder at the top. It is made with a meniscus lens that is set deep in an aluminium lens barrel, and has an aperture selector lever marked f6.3 - 11 - 16 next to it. The lever on the right-hand side is what winds the camera, The push button at the top is the release button. A manually reset frame-counter is just below the lever. A 1/60sec. single-speed semi-cylinder guillotine shutter is placed behind the lens.
The camera has a tripod-socket on the bottom of the camera, which is also used as a flash sync-contact - pretty unique.
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This Universal Minute 16 camera is in very good vintage condition. The camera is very clean, with very minimum wear. The original leather case is also in very good condition, with very little wear. This camera has not been tested with film, but appears to be in fine working condition. Please use the ZOOM tool to get a close up view of this item and its condition.
- 1 Universal Minute 16 Sub-Miniature View Finder Camera with Original Case (as shown)
- Product Material: Metal, Glass, Leather
- Product Color: Silvertone Metal, Brown Leather Case
- Product Dimensions: camera is approximately 2-7/8" long x 2" wide
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