Produced by Minolta Camera Co. Ltd. between 1976 and 1979, the Miniolta Zoom 110 SLR is the first known 110 format SLR.
Fully automatic with aperture-priority exposure, the Minolta 110 Zoom SLR has a fixed 25-50 mm f/4.5-16 manual-focus zoom lens with macro-focusing capabilities up to 11 in. Aside from being the first single-lens reflex camera for the 110 format, it is also noted for its unusual, flattened shape instead of a miniaturized standard SLR shape.
Lens: Fixed; 25-50 mm f/4.5-16
Shutter speed: 10 sec. – 1/1000, 1/150 flash sync speed and B
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