Minolta AF-Tele 60

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The Minolta AF-Tele 60 was an easy-to-use all-automatic compact cameras for 35mm film introduced by Minolta circa 1989. It replaced the AF-DL with a longer-reaching tele mode of 60 mm, while retaining the same body. The on/off-switch opens and shuts the two-part lens cover. A red button allows switching the lens from wide-angle focus to standard focus and vice versa.

The camera has automatic film transport, auto-focus with focus hold option (by pushing the shutter release button halfways), and automatic activation of the built-in flash.


  • Lens: 1:4/65mm, switchable to 1:7/60mm
  • Autofocus: Active infrared autofocus from 75 cm to infinity.
  • Films: 35mm films of 100 ASA or 400 ASA film speed
  • Exposure: EV 9,4–16,5 (wide, ISO 100); EV 10,9–17,6 (tele, ISO 100).
  • Film speed: Crippled DX decoding — either ISO 100 or 400.
  • Viewfinder: Magnification changes when lens is switched.
  • Flash: Built-in, automatically activated in low light or with close-ups.
  • Power: 6 V BR-P2P lithium battery or 4 x 1,5 V AAA alkalines.
  • Weight: 270 g.
  • Dimensions: 132 x 69,5 x 55,5 mm