The Tuximat was a subminiature viewfinder camera made in 1960 by Walter Kunik in Frankfurt/Main, Germany. It was designed like a miniature version of an average 35mm viewfinder camera of the late 1950s. It made 14×14mm exposures on paper-backed 16mm film through its 1:7.7/25mm meniscus lens. It offered apertures from 1:7.7 to 1:16 an a shutter speed of 1/50 sec. . Its clou was a built-in selenium meter.
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