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Minox PX3D micro 3D stills camera

Minox PX3D micro 3D stills camera

By 22 September 2010

There's two good reasons why you might never have noticed Minox. The first is that it's not the biggest name in the imaging world and the second is that they also happen to make the smallest cameras on the market as well. While analogue and digital spy... >>

Minox DSC digital spy camera launches

Minox DSC digital spy camera launches

By 25 September 2008

Minox has launched the DSC mini digital spy camera measuring just 86 x 29 x 20mm at the Photokina show that's aimed at "leisure secret agents". With a 5-megapixel resolution and video playback mode, images are saved on a microSD card. The main element... >>

Minox unveils gold mini Leica M3

Minox unveils gold mini Leica M3

By 23 September 2008

If retro styling is your thing, photography is your passion and you're a Leica lover, then check out this mini gold version of the classic Leica M3. This miniature snapper packs in 5-megapixels, a 1.5-inch colour monitor and is compatible with SD memory... >>

Minox to launch 10 megapixel snapper - the DC 1033

Minox to launch 10 megapixel snapper - the DC 1033

By 23 September 2008

There has been a barrage of camera launches today and here's another one. Minox - best known for its miniature cameras and spy models - has launched the 10-megapixel DC 1033. This £199 is set to hit shelves in November. Main specs include a 2.7-inch... >>

Minox reveals DC 6033 WP battery-powered waterproof camera

Minox reveals DC 6033 WP battery-powered waterproof camera

By 6 July 2007

German camera company Minox are readying a waterproof compact for launch. Boasting a sturdy, sure-grip rubber encased body which is watertight to a depth of ten metres, this digital camera stands up to dust, water, sand and salt. It has been specially... >>

Two novelty cameras unearthed at Photokina

Two novelty cameras unearthed at Photokina

By 29 September 2006

Our woman on the ground at Photokina in Cologne, Germany, has dug up two interesting little numbers, one of which maz never go into production. The first device is an Olympus digital camera in Mju form encased in wood. The prototype that we were shown... >>