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The Mamiya 16 Automatic is a subminiature viewfinder camera taking 10x14mm images on 16mm film. It was made in Japan by Mamiya, introduced in August 1959. It has a collapsible optical miniature viewfinder and a built-in selenium meter combined with an analog calculator for exposure settings that is coupled to the aperture. Other selectors are the shutter speed thumb-wheel, the film type reminder, the distance setting shifter, and a shifter to set a yellow filter in front of the lens.
MADE IN JAPAN