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Minolta Riva Zoom 140 EX*

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The Minolta Riva Zoom 140EX is a 35mm camera. It belongs to the group of snapshot cameras and is easy to use. It was built by the Japanese company in the mid-1990s. The 35mm photo camera was also available on the market under the names “Minolta Freedom Zoom 140EX” and “Minolta Capios 140“.

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  • 1 x black and white film
  • 2 x battery
  • 1 x film storage case

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The photo camera comes with a fixed lens. The zoom range goes from 38 mm to 140 mm. The maximum aperture is f/3.5 (38 mm) and f/9.4 (140 mm). Focusing is facilitated by a built-in autofocus. The closest focusing distance of this lens is 80 cm at wide angle.

The 35mm camera has a light meter. It is designed for films from ISO 25 to ISO 3200. The camera technology determines the correct film speed via the DX code on the film cartridge. The 35 mm camera has automatic exposure control and sets aperture and exposure time automatically. Each time the shutter button is pressed, the film automatically winds to the next frame.

The Minolta is equipped with different modes. So there is a normal automatic mode, a macro mode (50 cm), a portrait mode and a mode with spot exposure metering. In the double exposure mode, you can live out your creative streak. The “Thank you / Take Me” mode is designed for handing the camera over to someone who doesn’t know anything about photography, and can do little wrong when taking a picture. A possible situation would be taking a picture in front of a landmark. A continuous shooting mode is also not missing from this model. There is also a exposure compensation mode (+1,5 EV).

A flash is installed for pictures in low light. According to the manual, the power of the flash reaches up to 5.5 meters at ISO 100 filming. There is an automatic flash with a red-eye prevention mode. A mode for portraits at night and a fill-in flash are also not to be missed. However, the flash can also be turned off completely if desired.

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