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The AF-C1 (not to be confused with the later Leica C1) was Leica's first compact autofocus camera. It had a twin-focal length, switchable from 40 mm f/2.8 normal lens to 80 mm f/5.6 portrait lens. It was fully based on the Minolta AF-Tele Super. The difference was the Leica's nicer body design and the 40mm instead 38mm as shorter focal length.