The Yashica Minitec AF is a fun vintage compact film camera that uses 35mm film.
I recently got hold of this camera after my mum discovered my obsession with film cameras. She passed it to me and told me, “This is the camera of your childhood.” As it turns out, more than half my childhood photos were taken with this baby, before the digital camera started to popularize.
The camera is pretty bulky and heavy, but after all, it was made last century, you can’t really blame it. It was probably one of the lightest cameras in its heyday!
The Yashica Minitec AF was manufactured by Kyocera Japan, and that was the only information I got of the camera. Google did not yield any productive information, so I guess this camera must be really pretty old huh?
There is a roll of (probably expired) Fuji Superia 400 inside. I am going to finish the roll, then develop it to see the memories it captured an unknown number of years ago!
After discovering the photos which are awesomely taken by koalasve with Fuji Provia 100 film, while trying to do some research on the camera, I have decided that this camera shall be my second baby (after my beloved Diana Mini White) and after I develop those photos, in goes a slide film!