Minolta AF-E


The Minolta AF-E was fitted with a 35mm f3.5 lens constructed with 4 elements.  The lens looks ridiculously tiny in comparison to the rest of the camera which appears to have expanded in width from previous models to accommodated the flash and the automatic film winder.  The Minolta AF-C is a similar camera and a better choice with its faster lens and smaller size Minolta AF-c.  But for simplicity of use this camera is great and the fact that it is powered by inexpensive AA batteries is a real plus.  With the auto focus, auto exposure and auto flash you need to be in the mindset of just pointing and shooting when using this camera but if that works for you then this is an inexpensive option.

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