Blog 8×11

14 January 2014

Minox thermometer

Part of the regular Minox tank package. Used for pumping chemicals inside the tank, and obviously, taking a reading of its content temperature. Many times missing, […]
14 January 2014

Minox loupe & slide cutter

This is particularly handy of you wish to cut your own slides. Don’t know anyne who is in the Minox slides these days, but that doesn’t […]
14 January 2014

Minox tripod head

Especially handy when it comes to those long exposures. Works with a release cable, just make sure you have the locking-type one if you employ B […]
14 January 2014

Minox reflex viewer

Make an TLR-type viewer for your Minox camera.
14 January 2014

Minox right-angle viewer

Does what is says: view the next snap at 90 degrees. Good thing if you do not want to let people know you’re snapping them.
14 January 2014

Minox old dev

Part of a job lot from Evilbay. For collection purposes only.
14 January 2014

Minox flash adapter

Clever thing, this small adapter. Lets you employ the use of regular flash units with Minox cameras. This slide on metal adapter provides a mounting point […]
14 January 2014

Minox tank

When Zapp devised the Minox daylight developing tank, he did a helluva job. This particular one has been in my possession since 1999, and is still […]
14 January 2014

Film slitters

Cut your own stock, and bring that Minox back to life. Given the fact that most of the available 8×11 film on the market today is […]
13 January 2014

Minox light meter

This little meter is made by Gossen in Germany, in the late ’50s. It was meant to be used as a companion to the meterless Minox […]
13 January 2014

Minox BL – the scarce one

The Minox Model BL is essentially a redesigned Model B with the addition of a semi-coupled CdS (Cadmium Sulfide) exposure meter. The CdS meter is more […]
13 January 2014

Minox 8×11 tree

Impressive. The entire family of Minox 8×11 cameras. Read more about Walter Zapp and Minox here.