The Minox GT is one of the smallest cameras for 35mm film ever built. It's fully manual. Its main features are:
35mm F2.8 lens, min. focus 0,9m Aperture
priority (2.8-16), electronic shutter, 30sec*.-1/500, speed indication
1-1/500 in the viewerfinder window *shorter with higher ISO.
There are reports that this model can make long exposures up to 30 min.
Size 100x61x31, Weight 200 gr. battery included 25-800 ISO, backlight compensation, self-timer, hot shoe, cable release socket
from above. Rewind lever, self-timer and hot shoe, battery test button
and backlight switch, shutter button, cable release socket, exposure
Seen from below. Film compartment opening lever, ISO setting, tripod socket, rewind unlock button.
open, lens extended. Self-timer lamp, viewfinder and battery
compartment (1 PX 27 battery, to be replaced by a S27PX silver oxyde
battery)* see also last paragraph below
with flash attached. Shutter speed automatically sets to 1/125. Takes 2
AAA batteries. The FA35 fits the GT and has a guide number of 14 (m/ISO
Film compartment open.
A nice original genuine leather case.
also be used as half case. And yes, that is another GT camera. I gave
away the first one and regretted it. So this is my new one.
GT model is a good compromise. It has a better shutter than the earlier
models and a clearer design than the later models. Extremely
lightweight, yet quite sturdy. *The battery problem has been solved.
There is now a 6v 4LR43 Alkaline battery which fits right into the
compartment, it is cheap and it works well.