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Minolta AF-E

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In 1984 Minolta presented its fully automatic compact camera Minolta AF-E. In Minolta’s 1984 line-up (consisting of the AF-C, AF-S and AF-Sv), it was the “people’s camera”, with easy loading, automatic flash and a less advanced 1:3.5 f=35mm lens, focused by an active infrared autofocus system. It used DX-coded 35mm film with speeds ISO 100 to 1000. It had automatic exposure and automatic motorized film transport with a mechanical automatic frame counter. The built-in flash was activated automatically in low-light situations by the photo-diode-controlled exposure system. The camera had a reverse Galilean bright frame viewfinder.

To get started, you need: AA-batteries (not included, but available) and 35mm (135) film (not included, but available).

. This limited edition in silver with black accents received a Japan’s “Good Design Award”

  • Introduced in 1984
  • Lens: 35 mm ƒ/3,5 (4 elements/4 groups). Built-in lens cover.
  • Focus: Active autofocus, 0,65 m to infinity.
  • Exposure: Programmed exposure from EV 9 to EV 16,2.
  • Film speed: Supports DX coded films ISO 100–1000, manual settings for ISO 100/200/400.
  • Film transport: Automatic loading, advance and rewind.
  • Finder: Bright frame finder. Flash ready light.
  • Flash: Built-in, max range at ISO 100 3,60 m. Automatically activated.
  • Power: 2 x AA battery.
  • Dimensions: 131×65,5×45,5 mm.
  • Weight: 245 g.
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