The Fujica Mini: A Mini Marvel
One of the smallest 35mm film cameras ever made, the Fujica Mini is a half-frame camera like no other. These cameras were designed in 1964 for fashionable women to carry in their purses.
There are a few interesting details on this camera that you don't see very often. It has a unique design in which one side is square and one side is rounded.
It is so compact that you can fit it in your pocket. And you don't miss out on great image quality either. It has a 25mm f/2.8 lens, which is focus free. The shutter speed is fixed at 1/125 and the aperture is manually adjusted using the front ring on the lens.
It is powered by a selenium meter and has a light meter on the top for matching your aperture to your film speed from ASA 25 to 200.
Here are some images that have been taken using the camera [credit: Lomography]: