Minolta AF50 Big Finder 35mm Film Camera Point and Shoot
The Minolta AF50 Big Finder is a point-and-shoot camera for 35mm film, made by Minolta in 1997. It is one of many point-and-shoot cameras of that time which boast of a big viewfinder, perhaps easy to use while wearing spectacles. It is one of the better-specified of the type, having auto-focus, down to one metre, rather than fixed focus. In fact it has focus lock (where the user focuses on one subject with a half-press of the shutter release, then reframes while holding the button). Like all the 'big finder' cameras, it has a built-in flash.
This Minolta AF50 Big Finder film camera is ideal for beginners, amateurs and professionals. It’s in excellent condition and is ready to produce another lifetime of fantastic photos.
*It has motor film advance and rewind, and the film compartment locks so that it cannot be opened until the film has been rewound.
- Lens: 27mm f/5.6 triplet lens
- Focus: Autofocus, with shutter speeds from 1/40 to 1/250 second
- Exposure: Automatic exposure with shutter speeds from 1/40 to 1/250 second
- Flash: Built-in flash
- Film transport: Auto-loading, advancing and rewinding.
- Battery: 2 x AA battery
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