See "Spy Camera" page 59-60 Michael Pritchard and Douglas St. Denny.
Shaped like the Snappy, it is the only example of a twin lens subminiature with the film path running horizontally. The Sun's reflex viewfinder is a simple waist level finder built into the top plate, very similar to the Mighty and Tone cameras.
The triangular shaped Sun camera has no manufacturer's markings. The lens is a Sanko, fixed focus 35mm, without an indication of aperture. Shutter speeds of B and I. See Sun B.
The shutter release is on the top of the camera, with what appears to be a lock.
There is also a "HIT" style camera with the name "Sun B".
|Finish/colour||Chrome, black leatherette|
|Lens||fixed-focus Sanko 30mm (35mm?) lens|
|Shutter||I and B|
|Film Door lock|
|Dimensions||w x h x d mm (width x height x depth)|
|Date of Manufacture|
Westlicht 2004/05/29 1813EUR
Last Updated on 30th April 2003