The latest list that we have seen indicated that the following films are
available for the Minox cameras.
Agfa Agfapan 25 (ISO 25 B&W negative) 36 exposure
Agfa Agfapan 100 (ISO 100 B&W negative) 36 exposure
Agfa Agfapan 400 (ISO 400 B&W negative) 36 exposure
Minicolor 25 (ISO 25 Color negative) 36 exposure
Minicolor 100 (ISO 100 Color negative) 15 exposure
Minicolor 100 (ISO 100 Color negative) 36 exposure
Minicolor 400 (ISO 400 Color negative) 15 exposure
Minicolor 400 (ISO 400 Color negative) 36 exposure
Minichrome 50 (ISO 50 Color slide) 36 exposure
original brass; flat-bottom on supply side; taped together; will not fit
in an LX or any other Minox with an ejection spring on the supply side. Some
versions have small ridges in the bridge to improve rigidity.
original plastic; flat-bottom on supply side; taped together.
modern plastic; recess on supply side to take LX spring; snaps together;
rather wide open light traps.
a variant on the modern cassette with slightly different caps and light traps.
the ACMEL model superficially identical to the modern Minox version but with
very slightly thicker and stronger plastic -- especially evident on the fragile
And, of course, there are two take up spool sizes to accommodate 36 and 15
Note that the modern cassette will actually fit 'every' Minox made, including
the Riga camera although there can be 'sticking' problems when removing the
cassette and one can find the caps popping off. But older cassettes definitely
won't fit modern cameras (LX/TLX, EC and probably AX).
To find out where you can still obtain film and processing for your Minox
cassette camera, take a trip to The Camera Shop
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