Top Camera

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The Top Camera was launched in 1965 by Marusō Trading Co.. It looked like contemporary 16mm subminiature cameras but actually was a 17.5mm camera. Like "Hit" type cameras it had a non-focusable f8/25mm lens and a shutter with bulb and instant mode. It made 14×14mm exposures. One version had a dual eye- and waist-level finder instead of a simple eye-level finder.

The Top II had no B mode. In the Spy 14 kit it was sold with case, film and development tank.