Sub-miniature camera introduced in 1932 by the German firm Fotofex founded by Kaftanski. At that time, the device was considered the smallest.It takes 36 exposures 13 x 18 mm on roll film 16 mm Mimosa. The advance of the film is controlled by a small red window located in the back of the camera. It is fitted with a Meyer Trioplan 1: 3.5 - F = 25 mm lens, mounted on a Rim-set Compur 1/300 shutter, distances graduated in feet. The Antiq-Photo gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday from 11 a. Collections of photographs and photographic processes from the 19th century, rare photographic devices, primitive cinematographic devices, scientific, technical, acoustic, optical, electrical or astronomical devices or toys.
We offer you an opinion, a council, an expertise of your objects or your collections. We invite you to visit us at 16 rue de Vaugirard in Paris in the 6th arrondissement, between the Luxembourg Gardens and Saint Germain des Prés. We are there from Tuesday to Saturday, from 11 a. Collections of photographs and photographic processes from the 19th century, rare cameras, early cinematographic apparatus, scientific, technical, acoustic, optical, electrical or astronomical instruments and optical toys.We offer advice, information and a valuation of individual objects or entire collections. You are invited to visit us at 16 rue de Vaugirard in the 6th arrondissement, Paris, between the Jardin du Luxembourg and Saint Germain des Prés. We are open from 2pm to 7pm, Tuesday to Saturday. We offer advice, information and a valuation of individual o. This item is in the category "Cameras & Photo\Vintage Movie & Photography\Vintage Cameras\Subminiature Cameras". The seller is "antiq-photo" and is located in this country: FR. This item can be shipped worldwide.