Minolta AFZ / MAC-7

+ Sample shots
€ 99,95

The AF-Z (or MAC-7 in Japan) was one of Minolta's higher-speced compact cameras upon its release in 1986. It has a fast 35 mm f/2,8 lens and a big finder, built-in motor drive with provision for continous shooting as fast as one frame per second and a fast-loading built-in flash. The flash has both an auto mode and a fill flash mode. An LCD display on the top informs the user about the mode of operation. The body has a protective sliding cover.



- Lens: Minolta 35mm f/2.8 (4 elements in 4 groups)

- Film speed settings: 25-1600 ISO, set manually

- Shutter: 1/40 to 1/800 sec

- Aperture: f/2.8 to f/18

- Film Winding: Automatic

- Flash: Built-in

- Weight: 295g

- Clamshell lens protection


Comes with the following:

- Strap

- Pouch



Good working condition

- 4/5 

- Original pouch doesn't close

- Not original pouch is fine

- Wear on grip (like most)


What you still need:

- 35mm film

- 1x 2CR5 battery


The camera in the photos is the camera you are purchasing.

 Example photos taken with this camera can be seen below. Film used: Fomapan 100