The Minox LX is an exquisite camera, and I have bought this in 2001, while in Germany. It replaced the first LX I had, which was lost. Pity, because when serviced by Don of DAG Camera in Portland, he kindly changed the two silver dials with black ones, so it was a beauty to behold. Sorry not have it anymore, but there you go.
A beautiful camera, reliable as long as you have fresh battery in it. The electronic shutter is working like a charm, and all you have to do basically is to keep an eye on the light in front of you. And of course, on the distance dial, the green and neutral filter, but that’s ok, because the camera and the results it is giving you back are well worth the care to take a photograph in difficult situations.
This film here is Fomapan 100, rated 50asa; after cursing the heck of this film producer, I discovered by accident that this film is a wonder, if only you cut half of the box speed and some 20% of the dev time. And the situation changes drastically, because you have a film resembling to Pan F50.