Subminiature camera for 16mm film in recordable cassettes. Twin-lens refelx focusing. Heligor F2.5cm f2 lens, No 4002. In leather case.
Minicord camera for 16mm film in recordable cassettes, made by C P Goerz GmbH of Vienna in the 1950s.
Twin-lens refelx focusing. Heligor F2.5cm f2 lens, No 4002. In leather case.
The Minicord was a high quality subminiature camera. The camera was slightly larger than other subminiature cameras, ensuring that images taken retained their quality even when enlarged. In 1957 the price was $139.50. The camera took 40 exposures on double perforated 16mm movie film in special cassettes.
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overall (camera): 75 mm x 110 mm x 30 mm,
overall (case): 40 mm x 110 mm x 90 mm,
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