MINOLTA Capios 130S Zoom Point and Shoot 35mm Film Camera
►Released in 2000s; Japan model
The Minolta Capios 130S is a camera from Minolta for the Japanese market. The camera is good for beginners and amateur photographers and you don’t need a manual to use it as there are many automatics. It was introduced in the early 2000s!
- Fully automatic and autofocusing point and shoot - all you'll need to do is load film!
- Sharp Minolta zoom lens 37.5-130mm f5.4 - f10.5.
- Autofocus with closest focus distance of 0.6m.
- Built-in automatic flash
- Mid-roll rewind, when selected (located at the bottom of camera), allows you to rewind your film roll manually
Skill level: Beginner
Sample images: link here (Same series model)
Power source: 1 x CR123A Lithium battery
Excellent cosmetic condition of camera with light signs of usage, please refer to detailed product images. Lens and viewfinder is bright and clear, no scratch, fog or fungus. Smoothly operating shutter release/film advance and wind. All buttons operating. Flash positive, manual modes not available, flash is in automatic mode permanently. Date imprint function does not appear to function. LCD screen positive. Self-timer positive. Mechanically it is thoroughly tested.