MK-VR MICRODOT CAMERA
The ultra-subminiature MK-VR microdot film camera boasts a lot of merits. It's "Rodidon 4" objective is the most sophisticated optical system ever devised for any analog film camera. Code-named "Cyclops" for it's protruding "eye", the MK-VR can make microdots of frighteningly high resolution and at a fraction of the size of other microdot cameras. The average size dot it produces from a full page document is 63 times smaller than one frame made with a Minox C. The MK-VR was designed and developed for quick and quiet, quality filming of A4 documents and 3-dimensional objects as it reduces them to miniscule size. Though the MK-VR microdot camera may appear to be some fantastic gadget straight out of a James Bond movie, it's actually a precision ultra-microfilm camera with reduction capabilities of over 150 times.
The world of microdots and microphotography has a long history of success. Practitioners of espionage still realize the advantages microdots have over digital photos and other electronically transmitted information which can often be intercepted and decrypted.
The MK-VR has been such a well kept secret, even the Guinness World Record folks don't know yet that it is the smallest film camera in the world.....and it takes the smallest photos in the world too.
The MK-VR's newest and best feature,... Now you don't have to be a spy to own one!
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THIS IS NOT YOUR GRANDPA'S MINOX
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