Minox LX Special Edition Walter Zapp

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Engineer Walter Zapp invented the Minox sub-miniature camera in 1936. It subsequently went on to be marketed both as a luxury camera and as a spy camera—it was used by real spies the Falcon and the Snowman, and fictional spies like James Bond in You Only Live Twice.

The high-gloss chrome finish LX Special Edition Walter Zapp was created to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Zapp's birth. It ships with a silver medal and a wooden box, the perfect gift for the serious camera or spy buffs in your life, provided you think they're worth €999.


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