Minolta Riva Zoom 135EX Point and Shoot Film Camera
Minolta Riva Zoom 135EX Point and Shoot Film Camera
Minolta Riva Zoom 135EX Point and Shoot Film Camera
Minolta Riva Zoom 135EX Point and Shoot Film Camera
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Minolta Riva Zoom 135EX Point and Shoot Film Camera

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The zoom lens of the 35mm photo camera is fixed. The zoom range of the lens goes from 38mm to 135mm. The maximum aperture is f/3.5 (38 mm) and f/9.2 (135 mm). The lens is focused by autofocus. The closest focusing distance of this lens is 80 cm at 38 mm. In addition, there is a macro mode that allows shooting at a distance of 50 cm.

The 35 mm camera has a light meter. It is designed for films with a sensitivity of ISO 25 to ISO 3200. The camera reads the DX code of the film cartridge and sets the exposure meter accordingly.

The aperture and exposure time are set automatically and cannot be changed. Depending on the zoom level, the maximum aperture and shutter speeds are slightly different. However, this doesn’t matter much when taking pictures, since the camera decides anyway. Nevertheless, there are still some setting options and different modes. For example, there is a +1.5 exposure compensation.

Besides the fully automatic mode, you can also take pictures in continuous shooting mode, for example for sports shots, portrait mode, night portrait mode or with spot metering. A special feature is the Take Me mode. This is intended for situations where you hand the camera over to someone else, for example to have a picture taken in front of a landmark. In this mode, the camera is set to 38 mm and the focus and aperture are adjusted accordingly so that the result is sharp in any case.

Another special feature is the possibility of taking double exposures. The camera also does not lack a self-timer. After pressing the shutter button, you have ten seconds to get into position. If this is too little for you, you can reach for the wireless remote control. The RC-3 remote control was sold separately.

There are also different modes for the built-in flash. Thus, in addition to the normal automatic flash, there is also a fill-in flash mode. Furthermore, an automatic mode for avoiding red-eye can be switched on. The flash can also be turned off completely. The range is up to 5.5 meters with an ISO 100 film. The charging time of the flash is around four seconds.

 

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