This is a list of 16mm cameras manufactuered by Mundus, a French company.  All of these cameras had one thing in common -- they were shaped like the super 8 movie cameras of the time.  They accepted 25mm rolls of 16mm film on standard spools and created one image at a time.  Think of them as movie cameras without a motor drive.  I guess there just weren't that many people who wanted to take 500 pictures per roll of film.  The good news is that you only have to load the camera once a decade.  The bad news is that half of your subject die before the prints are made!

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