Many people define a subminiature camera as one that uses a film that is smaller (thinner) than 35mm.  But this eliminates a lot of small cameras that have tiny negatives.  For example, the Robot SC uses 35mm film but produces 16x16mm negatives.  So if you define a submin camera as one that produces an image that is smaller than the standard 35mm image -- 24x36mm -- then there are a variety of subminiature cameras that use 35mm film. Some are tiny, some are not. All have interesting features. If you know of others not listed here. please contact us.

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