The Minolta-16 EE from 1962 was Minolta's first 16mm subminiature camera with built-in light-meter. The meter automatically controls the aperture from f2.8 to f11.
The Minolta-16 EE II followed in 1963 and replaced the selenium meter with a CdS cell.
- Type: subminiature viewfinder camera
- Manufacturer: Minolta
- Year of launch: 1962
- Film: Minolta 16 mm film cartridges, speeds 25 to 400 ASA
- Frame size: 10×14 mm
- Lens: Rokkor 1:2.8/25mm,
- Focusing: two-zone switch: near and far
- Shutter: shifter shutter with one speed for every ASA film speed setting: 1/30 sec. (25 ASA) to 1/500 sec. (400 ASA), flash synchronized for the two lowest speeds
- Meter: selenium meter, coupled to aperture
- Viewfinder: optical, green indicator for sufficient light
- Size: 110×30×50mm
- Weight: 230 g