Minolta Riva AF 35 35mm Point & Shoot Film Camera
The Minolta Riva AF 35, Freedom AF 35 in America or Mac 35 in Japan, is a cheap autofocuscompact camera released around 1990. It is a full-auto camera, meaning auto-loading, auto-advance, auto-rewind, auto-flash, auto-exposure and auto-focus. It has a built-in flash and self-timer. The lens is protected by a sliding cover. Like so many Minolta cameras of the same age, it only exposes films at ISO 100 or ISO 400. A dateback version was also available.
- Lens: 35 mm f/4,5.
- Focus: Active infrared autofocus from 0,95 m to infinity.
- Exposure: Subject-weighted metering, EV 9,6–16,2 (at ISO 100).
- Flash: Built-in, auto-activated, non-cancellable. Range: 0,95–3,2 m. Flash ready LED signal.
- Film speed: Crippled DX decoding; films below ISO 400 are exposed as ISO 100, those above as ISO 400. Non-DX films exposed as ISO 100.
- Film transport: Automatic loading, advance and rewind.
- Power: 2 x AA alkaline or NiCD batteries. CR2025 cell for date back.
- Dimensions: 136 x 72 x 47,5 mm.
- Weight: 225 g without batteries.
Very good, with nearly no signs of use.
All electronic functions are working.
All shutter speeds are accurate and all mechanical functions are working perfectly.
New light seals.
Lens crystal clean with no haze/fungus/scratches.