|Jerry Friedman, The New Subminiature Camera and
Darkroom Guide (1996, 1998) -- Like several other books on subminiature
cameras, this one begins by describing several common models -- a few 8x11,
several 16mm and the two Tessina models. After that, it covers the basics of
using these cameras today -- finding cassettes, slitting film and reloading
cassettes. This is followed up with an explanation of darkroom work --
exposure and developing of film, making enlargements, darkroom chemicals and
equipment. A good summary of using subminiature cameras today (109 pages).
The second edition has 93 pages of text and 24 full pages of illustrations.
Last updated 3rd March 2003