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The first Konan 16mm camera to bare the Minolta name was introduced in 1955. This was also the first camera to use the Minolta cassette. It has a 25mm lens, f3.5-f11 and shutter speeds of 1/50 to 1/200 second. Etched into the metal next to the shutter speed and aperture dials is an exposure guide. Very similar to the common Minolta 16.
Last Updated on 24th June 2007