Spektaretta

The smallest camera in the world for three-colour photography. This camera was manufactured by the firm Optikotechna Prerov in 1939. The camera created three separate negatives 24×24 mm on a usual black/white 35 mm film. A sophisticated splitting prism system ensuring minimal light losses (combined with a low weight of the camera – 1100 g) made it possible to realize snapshots as well.