Wrist Watch Camera 8x11 film minoxgreenspun.com : LUSENET : Minox Photography : One Thread
I have wrist watch camera that have no lens inside. Used 400 asa 8x11 film. I shoot the documents that laying on the desk and ceilig is white floursent light. The pictures are fuzzy and color as yellowish. Should I try for black and white color only or how far should i shoot into documents from top? This is purpose of spy camera. There is no flashing on the wrist watch camera.... Please help and advice.
-- Eric Jangula (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 11, 2000
I don't believe your watchcamera has no lens. Its lens is recessed.
You need to set the aperture of your watch camera to between f5.6 to f11. F5.6 being the aperture on Minox EC.
At f5.6 you can get object between 3 feet to infinity in focus.
If you want to copy document, then you need to stop down more.
If your camera has only a fix aperture (ie, there is no aperture control dial at the back of the watch camera ) then don't expect it can copy document.
In general, watch camera is used for taking candid picture of people, not copy document, as these type of camera has not focusing lens.
-- martin tai (email@example.com), January 12, 2000.
The yellow colour comes from using daylight film in artificial light. You should use special film for indoor purpose, a blue filter or a flash.
-- Poul Bekker-Hansen (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 17, 2000.
estimado amigo estoy interesado en compar una camara minox yashica atoron tengo una pero me le hace falta el flash y el rollo de pelicula si usted me manda a decir cuanto me cueta nueva se la puedo compar o si me vende por separado el flash y el rollo de pelicula mi correo es email@example.com vivo en granada nicaragua y de estas camaras no existen en mi pais agradeceria que me contestara este correo
-- ROBERTO ZAMURIA (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 24, 2001.
Chadt 8x11 wristwatch camera
-- martin tai (email@example.com), March 12, 2002.