Minolta 16 lens Rokkor 3.5/25 camera 110 camera small pocket camera


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6.5/10 overall condition, comes with 6 months warranty

SN# 652413

After the success of the Konan cameras for 16mm film the Minolta-16 for Chiyoda's  16mm film cartridges had been introduced in 1956 or 1957. It took 10×14mm sized exposures through a Rokkor 1:3.5/25mm lens. It had a push/pull cocking mechanism for film advance and winding up the shutter, an exposure counter, a flash-synchronized 3-speed slider shutter, and even choice between five apertures. It was very small but weighed 150 g. Ancillary lenses were mountable as well as filters. It was sold together with two nearness lenses and a leather case.



  • Type: subminiature viewfinder camera
  • Manufacturer: Chiyoda Kogaku
  • Film: Minolta 16mm film cartridges
  • Lens: Rokkor 1:3.5/25mm (3 elements)
  • Shutter: speeds 1/25 sec., 1/50 sec, and 1/200 sec.
  • Aperture: f/3.5, f/4, f/5.6, f/8, and f/11
  • Focusing: fixed (15 ft.)
  • Viewfinder: optical
  • Dimensions: collapsed 82×45×24mm, otherwise 107×45×24mm
  • Weight: 150 g



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Collections: Point and Shoots

Type: 16 mm camera

Vendor: Minolta

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