The Zunow Z16 has only been seen as a prototype; produced in 1959. It is a subminiature camera for 10 x 14mm images on 16mm film in Minolta cassettes. The lens is a fixed focus f3.5 23mm Zunow, with a diaphragm that runs to f/11. The shutter has speeds of 200, 100, 50 and bulb. The camera is equipped with a selenium exposure meter and possible was the first subminiature with built in meter.


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