Minolta Freedom Escort 35mm Point and Shoot Film Camera
Minolta Freedom Escort 35mm Point and Shoot Film Camera
Minolta Freedom Escort 35mm Point and Shoot Film Camera
Minolta Freedom Escort 35mm Point and Shoot Film Camera
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Minolta Freedom Escort 35mm Point and Shoot Film Camera

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This small lightweight compact camera by Minolta dates from around 1991. It has autofocus and a couple of flash modes, but it would be of little interest if it weren't for the fact that it is a close cousin of the Leica Mini II. With a glass lens allegedly manufactured by Minolta and electronics by Matsushita to specifications demanded by Leitz/Leica, this camera was also marketed as the Panasonic C625 AF Super Mini. The lens is very sharp for such an unassuming little camera.