Minolta Riva zoom Pico film camera
The Minolta Riva Zoom Pico is a point and shoot camera. It was introduced by the Japanese company in the 90s. The 35mm photo camera was also sold under the name “ Minolta Freedom Action Zoom ” and “ Minolta Autodate Zoom ”.
The 35mm camera comes with a fixed lens. The zoom range is from 38mm to 60mm. The widest aperture is f/4.3 (38mm) and f/6.4 (60mm). There is no need to focus manually with the 35mm camera. It is equipped with an autofocus system. The closest focusing distance is specified at 60 cm for this lens.
Taking pictures is made easier by the built-in light meter. It can be used with films with a sensitivity of ISO 25 to ISO 3200. The 35mm photo camera determines the correct film speed via the DX code. Depending on the sensitivity, the camera technology automatically sets the aperture and shutter speed automatically.
The built-in flash provides enough light. With ISO 100 filming, it reaches up to 4.2 meters. The camera is equipped with an automatic mode for reducing red-eye on the pictures. In addition, there is a mode for a fill-in flash and a mode for portrait shots with flash at night. However, the flash can also be turned off.
The photo camera has a built-in self-timer and a thread for a tripod. A camera strap can also be attached to the side.
This camera is in good vintage condition and working well manually. Minor wear on the body. Battery and dummy film tested. Takes one CR123A battery. Battery is not included.