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The Minox 35 GT, was first introduced in 1981, and continued Minox's highly successful range of 35mm compact cameras, reputedly the smallest full-frame 35mm cameras ever made. The lens retracts into the camera body when closed, fully opening the cover activates the battery. Exposure is automatic, aperture priority.
What makes the camera remarkable (besides its small size) is the apparent lack of reciprocity error during low-light exposures. Specifically, the analog exposure system gets the exposure right at night, though the colors recorded by the film may shift somewhat due the its photo-chemical limitations. Simply set up the camera on a suitable tripod or hard surface, use the 10 second timer (to eliminate vibrations), and wait for the shutter sounds to signal that the picture has been taken. Even 1/2+hr exposures come off without a hitch, allowing you to capture the movement of stars, for example.
.....Camera Style; Film, 35mm
.....Lens, Minox Color-Minotar 35mm
.....ISO settings, 25-800
.....Shutter speed, automatic up to 1/500 sec.
.....Original battery, PX27, 5.6 volt (Included - Installed)
Here is what is included;
.....Minox 35GL camera,
and Fresh Battery Installed
Minox 35GT Camera in Case in Original Box with Manual - Used
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