The 1979 Minolta Hi-Matic AF is an automatic 35mm film camera with an Auto Focus capability and a fixed 38mm f/2.8 Minolta Rokkor lens. The Hi-Matic series was first introduced in 1962 and was updated several times over the years. There is no need to adjust the aperture; and both the aperture and shutter speed are set automatically. All you need to do is compose your subject in the viewfinder, and when you half-press the shutter button the camera will calculate the correct exposure for you and/or tell you if you need to use the built-in flash. A full press engages the autofocus and takes the shot. Ever-ready cover & half case are included.
|Key features:||Autofocus, sharp lens, compact build, pop-up flash, manual-winding point-and-shoot.|
|Batteries:||1/4-20 standard tripod mount|
|Condition:||Good but intermittent shutter-release button issues. Price reduced accordingly.|
|Included:||Batteries, ever-ready case (two-piece) and strap included.|