The Minox family of cameras is in a class by itself. They revolutionized photography by making tiny cameras available to the masses since before World War II. They are truly the "long-distance runner" of subminiature photography since their cameras and cassettes can still be purchased today.

All Minox subminis are viewfinder cameras with a 15mm lens, which has a similar field of view to a 50mm lens on a 35mm camera. Most models have a manually-focusing (8" to infinity) f/3.5 lens, although the lenses vary in design.  All models have a lens that is fixed at the maximum aperture.  They all take the same film cartridge, which is still readily available.

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