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Still Cameras > KGB - Spy Cameras > TOCHKA-58 / S-252 type a
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TOCHKA-58 / S-252 type a


The Tochka-58 / S-252 is a subminiature camera with a fixed focus lens. It has four shutter speeds, 1/10, 1/50, 1/150 and 1/400. Like the F-21, the Tochka is designed to be disguised in use, and there are clips on either side of the camera to enable it to be fitted into various cradles. Like the Minox, the Tochka uses 9.5 mm film, with a similar 8 x 11 mm format, but the cassettes are quite different and are not interchangeable. A silent-running clockwork motor advances the film and cocks the shutter. There is no viewfinder.

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Created by AidasCams on 1/28/2008 7:30:30 AM   |   Last Edited by Vlad on 7/13/2009 8:42:52 PM   Revision History  
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