Vintage Minolta 5000 AF film camera
The Minolta 5000 (called Maxxum 5000 in the USA and α-5000 in Japan) was a "budget" version of the Minolta 7000 from the 80's made in Japan. Many of the more advanced features of the 7000 and 9000 were left out on the 5000.
The Minolta 5000 uses Minolta A-mount lenses and has both Program and Manual exposure modes. A remarkable fact is that this camera seems to have been sold together with a Minolta AF 50mm 1:1.7(22) lens (6 elements in 5 groups), probably an autofocus relative of the famous 50mm 1:1.7 Rokkor. Most later autofocus SLR models were sold with a zoom lens. This 50 mm lens can be used on DSLR cameras as well.
Camera is in very good condition and working well. This camera takes a 4xAAA batteries.