In excellent conditions.
The Fujica Mini is a fixed focus compact 35 mm half frame film camera from Fuji Photo released in 1964. A not so bright black version was release the following year as the New Fujica Mini. (This camera you are looking at now.)
The camera was designed by the combination of Masaki Nishimura, the Head of Konan Camera Laboratory and Yoshio Tanaka, a professor of Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, that had designed “Fuji Pet”.
You can find several charming ideas on this camera such as that the film speed numbers are indicated with the colours of jewels.
Well then, let’s take a look at it.
First introduced in September, 1964.
Camera type: half-frame 35 mm EE camera
Picture size: 24 x 18 mm
Lens: Fujinar K 25 mm f/2.8 (3-group 3 elements)
Exposure control: match needle type using selenium photo cell
Shutter speeds: fixed at 1/125 sec
Focus: fixed focus
Viewfinder: Galilean finder
Film winding: ratcheted winding
Film: 135 film
Body dimensions: 88 x 62 x 40 mm
Body weight: 290 g
Please, look carefully at all of the pictures, which are part of the item’s description and show it as is.
- The New Fujica Mini - Fixed Focus Compact 35mm Half Frame Film Camera - Year 1965 -
- Sehr gut (benutzter, funktionstüchtiger Zustand mit minimalen Gebrauchsspuren)
- Anzahl Apparate/Objektive