ASANUMA CAMERAS USING THE MINOX CASSETTE
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(1984) Sold by Microtec, similar to Minimax. Fixed-focus, 14.3mm AZONON 3 element lens. Aperture control is f/3.8, 5.6, 8 and 11. Shutter speed is 1/200sec. Viewfinder is .45% magnification and 85% picture area. Size 65 long x 26 wide x 16 high mm. 36grams.
Also sold by Microtec, this is an updated version of the Minimax/Acmel M. The lens is an Azonon f3.5 15mm (3 groups/4 elements) tessar type. Lens aperture: F 4.8 (fixed). Focusing to 30cm. Automatic photometer and electronic shutter system. Speeds now run up to 1/500. Special flash unit available. Sometimes called the MDX, but not the same as the MX. Size: 84mm x 37mm x 21mm . Weight: Approx, 55g
(1984) Same as the Enica SX. This is a Acmel M on one end with an added electronic flash (built in) on the other. It doubled the size of the camera. Fixed-focus, 14.3mm (f3.8-11.0) lens. Single speed of 1/120. Not the same as the Minox MX.
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