Books on 16mm Subminiature Photography
For general books on Subminiature, including others that include sections on Kiev, Mamiya, Minolta, Minox, Rollei, Yashica and other 16mm subminiature cameras see
books under General.
Fotografujeme pristrojem Mikroma "We are taking pictures with Mikroma"
Joseph D. Cooper, Mamiya-16 Camera Guide
the only guide on Mamiya 16 cameras.
H Coles, Ricoh Guide includes details on the 16, 35, 500 and SuperRicohflex. The Golden
Ricoh has only two pages dedicated to it.
Joseph D. Cooper, The Minolta Guide, 1959, 160 pages. This
was Cooper's first book on Minolta cameras and covered all of available
Minolta camera models:- TLR's, SLR's, 35mm rangefinders and the Minolta 16 I.
It is a general book on photography and covers general subminiature
technique. The last chapter is dedicated to the Minolta 16 I.
Joseph D. Cooper,
Minolta-16 Camera Guide dealt only
with 16mm models which means only the 16 I and 16 II models
- Art Evans, Collector's Guide to Rollei Cameras, 1986,
270 pages, covers a brief history of the company, models from medium
format to subminiature such as the Rollie 16 and 110 cameras including
extensive photographs, serial numbers
History of Meopta Products
with photographs and short text for each camera and many accessories.
- Richard Lowell, Yashica Guide, 1958,1959, 136
pages is a general book on photography, and the Yashica cameras of the period
including one chapter to the Yashica Y16.
- Mario Malavolti
le Fotocamere delle Officine Galileo
- Ted Rosenberg,
Minolta 16 Guide covers all of the Minolta
16 models including prototypes and was available from the author on CD-ROM
after his book became out of print.
- Kenneth Tydings, Minolta Camera Guide, 959,
128 pages. The book is a general book on photography with reference to the
Minolta models at that time, TLR's, SLR's, 35mm rangefinders and the Minolta
- Kenneth Tydings, Ricoh Guide, 1960, 128 pages.
The Ricoh equivalent of the 1959 book on Minolta cameras, it covered all of Ricoh's camera models; TLR's,
35mm rangefinders and the Golden Ricoh 16.
- Kenneth Tydings, Advanced Yashica Guide, 1958,1959,
96 pages Similar in format to the Minolta and Ricoh Guides this one covered all of Yashica's camera models available in 1958; TLR's,
35mm rangefinders and the Yashica Y16.
Last updated 7th February 2006