Minolta 16 - II Camers with Flash Attachment great spy camera of the 60s.
The Minolta II had a shutter speed range of B,30,60,125,250, and 500.
It had an f-stop range of 2.8,4,5.6,8,11, and 16.
It had a faster ROKKOR 1:2.8 f=28mm. Lens.
Sliding the camera open and closed would advance the film.
This camera shot film in drop in cartridges that was smaller than 110 film.
It used 16mm size film.
This camera was a competitor to the Minox camera of the same time.
The camera is in good condition consistent with age. Appears to be in good working order. The shutter fires and changes as you adjust the shutter speed and the F stop changes as you adjust the lever.
There are 2 flash bulbs and the battery compartment in the flash looks good and clean. The capacitor that goes on one side of the flash in intact and looks to be in good order.
Great for any Collector's Collection
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