The camera is new and never used.
Complete with all the papers.
The Minolta Prod 20’s looks like a modern digital camera, with a retro design. So much so, that’s it’s slightly disconcerting that it is, in fact, a 25 year old point and shoot film camera. Albeit, a camera which was retro at the time it was designed and sold in 1990
However, unlike a 1950s camera, the Minolta Prod 20’s is fully automatic – including auto-focus and auto-exposure. Much like the, previously reviewed, Panasonic C-426AF there are very few features other than simply pointing the camera and clicking the shutter (other than the self-timer).
But any similarity with most other point and shoot cameras ends there. The Minolta Prod 20’s is a far more stylishly designed product. Whilst there is some plastic in the body (to simulate brown Vulcanite), the camera is also built with chrome and aluminium, for that extra ‘vintage’ feel. Even the built-in flash is designed with an art-Deco retro look in mind.
Model : Compact 35mm Autofocus
Shutter: Iris shutter.
Exposure modes: Automatic.
Viewfinder : Galilean frames.
Self-timer: 10 seconds.
Multiple exposures: No.
Flash : integrated automatic flash
Weight: 390 grams.
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