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Offline Wildmoreway

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Tiny Cameras
« on: April 11, 2014, 10:11:53 AM »
I was once the proud owner of a Pentax Auto 110 and a Little camera (I think that it was a Minolta) that used special "100 stle" cartridges that used 16mm film. Both cameras gave good results for their day and I often wish that someone would bring out a digital SLR system that had the same footprint as the Pentax 110.

Minolta were actually first with a 110 film SLR back in 1976 which had a fixed zoom lens.
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Re: Tiny Cameras
« Reply #1 on: April 18, 2014, 01:59:24 PM »
A former colleague of mine had the Minolta with the fixed lens.
I believe the MK 2(as it were) had interchangeable lenses like the Pentax.
Of course they were rather limited by the tiny negatives of the 110 format,so couldn`t be printed large.
Sony A350
Dynax40
Minolta28-100
Minolta50 1.7
Minolta50 2.8 macro
Konica Minolta 18-70
Minolta 35-70 f4
Minolta70-210 3.5-4.5
Sony HVL F36AM flash
Olympus XA/A11
Ricoh CX1
Canon A530
Pentax Optio Zoom140(35mm)
Fujica X outfit,now unuseable.