Cameras covered: Minox, Gami, Minolta, Half-frame, 16mm, Hit, 17.5mm, Yashica,
Fuji, Olympus, Pen, Kiev, Robot, Mamiya, Rollei, 110, Tessina, Ducati, Mikroma,
Mec, Cambinox, Ricoh, Minicord, Pentax, Stylophot, Goldeck, Narciss, Petie,
Disc, Steky, Echo and hundreds more!
The advantages of using a subminiature camera are
Their size and weight make them easy to take everywhere.
Their history is as fascinating as
The cost of using them can be as minuscule as their size.
Their results are much better than you'd expect, especially with
Most people don't believe it when you say, "I'm taking your picture".
And best of all -- you can still use these fine optical
Take a few minutes and explore the little known world of
the littlest cameras.
But be forewarned: YOU may get hooked, too!
The Newstand -- The latest news from
the wide world of subminiature cameras
The Library -- Materials
to help you understand subminiature photography
The Camera Shop -- Buying subminiature
cameras, equipment and service
The Cameras -- Lists
of subminiature cameras -- past and present
The Field -- Getting
the best results from your subminiature camera
The Darkroom -- From
processing to enlarging with the smaller formats
The Creative Corner
-- Interesting new approaches with subminis
The Coffee Shop -- Talk
to other subminiature users from around the world
The Gallery -- Samples
of subminiature art and technique
The Swap Meet --
Buy, sell, and trade with other submini users
The Front Desk -- A tiny
bit of information about the SUBCLUB
The Sponsors -- Assuring
the future of submini photography
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