subminiature camera


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subminiature camera

n
(Photography) a pocket-sized camera, usually using 16 millimetre film with a very fine grain so that negatives can produce considerably enlarged prints
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ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE (1969): The slim, small Minox Subminiature camera will forever be linked with James Bond.
The technology existed for a subminiature camera, and memory small enough to fit in the pen also was available.
A subminiature camera from 1886, made by the Lancaster Watch Co, sold for over pounds 30,000.The Real Deal Brownie cameras and almost all cine cameras (Super 8) are relatively worthless.