Minolta P's 35mm Panoramic Point & Shoot Film Camera with 24mm lens *NEW WITH BOX
Comes with 6 months of warranty.
Very Good condition, look like new. Only some light scratches on it.
The Minolta P’s is a compact camera with panorama function that was sold mainly to amateur photographers in Japan. It was introduced by the Japanese company in the early 1990s. The camera was also sold in the market under the name “Minolta Riva Panorama” and “Minolta Freedom Vista“.
A fixed focal length lens is provided for this 35mm photo camera. The lens has a focal length of 24 mm. The maximum aperture is f/4.5. The focus of the 35 mm camera does not need to be adjusted, as it has an autofocus system.
Taking pictures is made easier by the built-in light meter. The light meter is designed for 35mm film from ISO 100 to ISO 400. Film speed is determined by the DX code on the film cartridge. If this code is not present, a value of ISO 100 is always selected. The exposure settings are automatically controlled and adjusted by the electronics.
The camera model is also equipped with a built-in flash. At ISO 100, the range is up to 2.7 meters. The camera has a self-timer with a lead time of ten seconds. There is a thread for a tripod on the bottom and an eyelet for a camera strap on the side.
A CR123A battery is responsible for the power supply. One battery charge is enough for about 600 pictures. The batteries are still easy to find today and cost only a few euros.
The camera comes with a function to imprint the shooting time in a corner of the pictures. This makes it very easy to determine the age of the photo. Of course, the date in the picture is not necessarily visually appealing, but you don’t have to buy additional
For the built-in clock you still need a CR2025 battery. However, the battery can also be omitted and deactivate the function, especially since the calendar only lasts until 2019 anyway.