Mikroma II light green later version (beige, white or ivory?)

introduction | Mikronette | Mikronette stereo
I |
Optikotechna Mirar black | black | black fine grain | black enamel | black police | brown | brown snake skin | gold | green | red | spy - fixed focus | stereo black | stereo green |
II | beige | black | black fine grain |
brown | green (early version) | green (later version) | light green | yellow | special | stereo black | stereo green

Mikroma II was introduced in 1957 and was produced probably until the late 1960's. It replaced the Mikroma I, and improved on the original design by adding a flash synchro (it's true! in the pictures, on the right side), and an actual trigger (on the left in the picture, as opposed to the all in one film advance lever/trigger combo of the Mikroma I).

Some report this as original white, or as beige, with age and use giving the finish a light yellow tint. The cap has a matching tint.


Model Mikroma II Meopta Mirar  
Lens Serial #  
Finish/colour chrome with light yellow leatherette or perhaps - a pale sandy fawn colour.
Dimensions 75x43x40mm
Weight 230grams
Date of Manufacture  
Current Value  
Auction Price Ebay 2007/03/04 160EUR, 2007/03/26 85EUR


Last Updated on 26th March 2007