The Minolta Riva AF 35C is an easy to use compact camera. Great as your first analogue camera or for snapshots at parties or events. It was presented by Minolta in the 90s and built in Japan. The camera comes with a nice pouch.
The 35mm camera comes with a fixed focal length. The focal length is unchangeable and is 35 mm. The widest available aperture is f/4.5 and the lens is focused by a built-in autofocus system. The closest focusing distance is 95 cm.
The camera has a built-in exposure meter. This is designed for ISO 100 and ISO 400 films. The camera technology reads the DX code of the film cartridge and sets the exposure meter accordingly. It covers a range from ISO 100 to ISO 1000 for color negative films. However, ISO 100 or ISO 400 is always set depending on the value.
The shutter speed and aperture are set automatically by the electronics. The 35mm photo camera has a built-in flash. The flash range is up to 3.2 meters at ISO 100.
The 35mm camera has a built-in self-timer and a thread for a tripod. In addition, a camera strap or hand strap can be attached to the side.
The dimensions of the Minolta Riva AF 35 are 13.6 x 7.2 x 4.7 cm. At the same time, it weighs 225 grams. The camera requires two AA batteries (not included) . This kind of batteries are easy to get, of course. Thus, with one charge you can get 550 pictures with the compact camera.
What film format is the Minolta Riva AF 35 designed for? The camera needs films for the 35mm format (not included but available). The film is automatically rewound by the camera mechanism after each exposure. The transport of the film material back into the cartridge also happens automatically.
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