Minolta Disc-5

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The Minolta Disc-5 is a simple, flat camera for Disc film cartridges, a format introduced by Kodak in 1982.

The Disc-5 has 2 shutterspeeds, 1/100 and 1/200, and uses a fixed focus 12.5mm f/2.8 lens combined with a silicium cell controlled aperture to expose the film.

A sliding door in front of the viewfinder also closes the lens. This model was also available in designer colors as the Courrèges AC 101.

Like most of the Kodak disc cameras it has a lifetime battery that can not be exchanged by the user.