Aiglon miniature camera

c. 1935 in France

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Aiglon miniature camera An all-metal nickel-plated subminiature camera for unperforated 16mm rollfilm, fitted with an f10
The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
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Aiglon miniature camera. Eight pictures on unperf. 16mm roll film 12 x 14mm. Chromium plated all metal construction F:25mm f10. T/I shutter. Frame finder. With packet of two films. Price 48 Francs.

Aiglon sub miniature camera, made in France, 1934.

L’Aiglon, French for Eaglet, was a sub miniature camera. Sub miniature cameras are those which use original film formats smaller than 35mm. The Aiglon has a film spool which allows for film up to 17mm in width. The camera is fitted with an f10, 25mm lens and a removable single-speed shutter.


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chromium plated, glass and metal (unknown)
sub miniature camera
  • tools and equipment
  • equipment by process
  • image making equipment
  • camera (form)
The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford

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