Review – Minolta Hi-Matic AF2 Camera

Minolta Hi-Matic AF2

Talk about getting a bang for your buck. I think this camera takes great quality images for the size and price of the camera if you can find it for cheap and working ūüėČ I took this camera out in my purse on multiple jaunts throughout the city during the day and night and it did not disappoint. ¬†These cameras can be found pretty easily on Ebay or Etsy,¬†and can be found pretty cheap at an average of about¬†$30.

Minolta Hi-Matic AF2

This camera was first manufactured by Minolta in November 1981 as the successor of the Hi-Matic AF. The camera uses active infrared autofocus, which uses an infrared beam to determine the distance of your object. It also comes equipped with a warning buzzer  and blinking light combo that notifies if an object is either too close to focus as well as too far out of the flash range. Similar to other Hi-Matics the camera has a four-element lens with a 38mm focal length and a maximum aperture of f/2.8.Minolta Hi-Matic AF2

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