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Please Note: The number 2 photo is the actual Camera Kit.
This is a Rare find and will make a Great Addition to your Vintage Camera Collection!
In 1976 Minolta did it again: came up with something no-one else had done before and presented it in a unique and impressive package. The novelty part of the new release was twofold; a single lens reflex in pocket size equipped with a zoom lens. The shape of the camera also set it apart from the rest, although it could be argued that this was more likely an attempt to retain the conventional pocket camera format as much as it was possible, rather than creating a radically new SLR design. Whatever the background was, this camera was definitely a head turner in the late 1970's and is still able to provoke some puzzled looks at today's camera fairs.
The Minolta 110 zoom SLR is unusual, every Minolta or sub-35 mm film camera collector should have one, as they are a landmark camera.
Specifications for the Minotla 110 Zoom SLR
Type: compact, SLR film camera for 110 film format
Lens: fixed Rokkor 25-50mm f/4.5 Zoom Rokkor-Macro, made of ten elements in 10 groups
Shutter: electronically-controlled, metal blade, behind-the-lens shutter
Shutter speeds: steplessly from 10 to 1/1000th of a second, plus B; flash sync was at 1/150
Viewfinder: eye-level Porro-mirror type showing 85% of film frame area with microprism focusing aid centered in mat field
Mirror: quick return mirror
Battery: two 1.5V silver oxide cell batteries (Eveready S-76 or equivalent)
Minolta Auto 25 Flash comes in the original black case (Not Working)
Camera & Case
Flash & Case (Not Working)
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