Minolta Freedom Zoom 160 Date
- Included: Battery + 400 Film
- Film Type: 35mm Film
- Condition: New with original packaging
- Released: 2001-2002
- Location: Japan
Konica Minolta released the Minolta Freedom Zoom 160 Date (a.k.a Minolta Riva Zoom 160) between 2001-2002. In the late 90s, digital cameras became available to consumers, and in the early 2000s, digital cameras grew in popularity. Making the Minolta Freedom Zoom 160 is one of the most recent point-and-shoot cameras. At the time of release, the Minolta Freedom Zoom 160 encompassed what was then considered sophisticated features. Which includes: flash distance integration, eyepiece sensor metering/AF activation, and predictive autofocus. At the time of release, Minolta claimed this camera was the smallest and most lightweight. Not only that, but the worlds fastest autofocus/first film camera with subject detection, the worlds first compact camera with matrix AF indication and automatic LED brightness control, advanced subject-weighted multi-segment metering, eye start, a 32-bit RISC processor, and a high-speed AF drive, creating the worlds fastest focusing compact point-and-shoot in its category.
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