Yashica Electro 35 AF-mini
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The Yashica Electro 35 AF-mini was a 35mm compact camera from Kyocera that utilized the name of a series of classic rangefinders, but was a small plastic camera with autofocus. It was introduced in November 1989. A version without the Electro name was also released as the Yashica AF-mini and a Kyocera branded version was called Kyocera Campus mini AF.
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- Autofocus Yashica 34mm, f/4.5 lens.
- Auto-exposure with shutter speeds of 1/360-2s.
- ISO speeds of 100, 200 and 400.
- Integrated flash.
- Dimensions: 52.5×118×69mm