What if we told you Minox, the guys who made spy cameras for the CIA in the 1940s, were still designing sneaky little photo-makers?
Indeed they are, and get ready to fall in love with their latest, a Leica M3 look-alike: the Classic Mini Digital Camera.
It’s a 2″x3″ mini digital camera that hails from the days of secret spy missions, vocoders, and dudes named Boris.
Plus, make sure to scope out our newest and easiest photo-holder yet, the Snapshot Dot. Minimal in design, these hip lil’ dots let your photos shine by giving you a clean and colorful way to show them off.
p.s. You like cameras right? Right! Think you could answer these two questions for us? It’d mean the world.
|The Classic Mini Digital Camera
Made by the same company who designed spy cameras for the CIA in the ’40s, the Classic Mini Digital Camera is a tiny digital camera with dapper analog looks.
This 2″x3″ digi cam is a finely detailed replica of the Leica M3 right down to the film advance lever and German-engineered glass lens.
It wears a clever disguise: Analog on the outside, digital on the inside — how can you resist?
|The Snapshot Dot
Instead of giving your photos an acupuncture session (pins=ouch), try a kinder option.
With a gentle grip, these hip 2″ silicone dots sit flat on your desk, holding your prints upright for a clean and colorful display.
Switching photos is extra easy — just slip prints in and out, all the while keeping them free from rips and bends.