This very simple P&S camera was made in 1989 and production was limited. There are no controls on it whatsoever except the shutter button. The lens isn't terribly fast at only f4.5 but I was attracted to it since the focal length is 35mm, a bit wider than you usually see on this type of camera. I was very surprised at the image quality, great glass on it. Makes me happy that I was able to score this for a good price on Ebay, never been used and still in the box.

Photographer:
clickiemcpete
Uploaded:
2012-04-22
Camera:
Minolta Prod 20's
Film:
Kodak Ultramax 400 (35mm)
City:
massachusetts
Country:
United States
Albums:
Minolta Prod 20's Test Roll

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One Comment

  1. gotoarizona
    gotoarizona ·

    great..