Minox 35 GT-XFilm Camera

Minox 35 GT-X

  • Camera Type for Minox 35 GT-X

    Point And Shoot

  • Film Type for Minox 35 GT-X


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  • Origin Country of Minox 35 GT-X


Size & Weight

  • Camera Size for Minox 35 GT-X100 x 61 x 31 mm
  • Camera Weight for Minox 35 GT-X200 grams
  • Camera Build Material for Minox 35 GT-XPlastic


  • Camera Focus Mode for Minox 35 GT-XManual Focus
  • Camera Focus Type for Minox 35 GT-XZone Focus


  • Camera Shutter Speed Range for Minox 35 GT-X1/500 sec – 1 sec
  • Camera ISO Speed Range for Minox 35 GT-X25 ISO – 1600 ISO
  • Camera Exposure Modes for Minox 35 GT-XProgrammed Automatic
  • Camera Exposure Meter for Minox 35 GT-XCenter-weighted
  • Camera Viewfinder for Minox 35 GT-XOptical viewfinder

Lens & Accessories

  • Camera Lens Type for Minox 35 GT-XFixed Lens
  • Common Camera Lenses for Minox 35 GT-XMinox Color-Minotar 35mm f/2.8 is a common lens for the Minox 35 GT-X Minox Color-Minotar 35mm f/2.8
  • Camera Flash for Minox 35 GT-XMinox 35 GT-X Flash No Built-In Flash
  • Camera Common Accessories for Minox 35 GT-XSoft Case is a common accessory for the Minox 35 GT-X Soft CaseFlash Unit is a common accessory for the Minox 35 GT-X Flash Unit


  • Camera Battery Type for Minox 35 GT-XPX27
  • Battery Life for Minox 35 GT-XApproximately 100 rolls
  • Battery Replaceable for Minox 35 GT-XReplaceable


Use Cases

  • Camera Use Cases for Minox 35 GT-X
    Street Photography
    Travel Photography

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Description for Minox 35 GT-X Description for Minox 35 GT-X

The Minox 35 GT-X is a compact 35mm film camera that was introduced by Minox in 1981. It is part of the Minox 35 series, known for their small size and high-quality optics. The GT-X features a fixed 35mm f/2.8 lens, which produces sharp and detailed images. It has a fully automatic exposure system, with a built-in light meter that measures the ambient light and sets the aperture and shutter speed accordingly. The camera also has a manual override option, allowing the user to adjust the exposure settings manually. The GT-X has a range of shutter speeds from 1/500 to 30 seconds, making it suitable for various shooting conditions. It has a built-in flash, with both automatic and manual flash modes. The camera has a sturdy metal body and a compact design, making it easy to carry around. Overall, the Minox 35 GT-X is a reliable and versatile camera that delivers excellent image quality in a compact package.

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It is worth noting that the Minox 35 GT-X uses a mercury battery, which may be difficult to find nowadays. However, alternative battery options are available. The camera also has a built-in self-timer, which can be useful for self-portraits or group shots. The GT-X has a hot shoe for external flash attachment, providing more flexibility in low-light situations. It has a manual film advance and rewind mechanism, allowing for easy film loading and unloading. The camera has a built-in exposure counter, which helps keep track of the number of shots taken. The GT-X has a tripod socket for stable shooting and a cable release socket for remote shutter release. Overall, the Minox 35 GT-X is a reliable and compact camera that is perfect for travel and everyday photography.

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Description for Minox 35 GT-X Pros and Cons for Minox 35 GT-X

Compact and lightweight design

High-quality lens for sharp images

Fast maximum aperture for low-light photography

Built-in light meter for accurate exposure

Manual focus for precise control

Multiple exposure capability

Limited control options compared to SLR cameras

No interchangeable lenses

Small viewfinder

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Description for Minox 35 GT-X Potential Problems and Fixes for Minox 35 GT-X

Battery Drain

The Minox 35 GT-X is known for its battery drain issue. This typically happens when the camera is not in use but the battery is left inside. To prevent this, it's recommended to remove the battery when the camera is not in use.

Shutter Jam

Another common problem with the Minox 35 GT-X is the shutter jamming. This is often caused by a lack of use or improper storage. Regular use and proper storage can help prevent this issue.

Light Meter Failure

The light meter in the Minox 35 GT-X can sometimes fail, leading to incorrect exposures. Regular testing and maintenance can help ensure the light meter continues to function properly.

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