Minolta Riva Zoom 160 Film Camera Point and Shoot
Minolta Riva Zoom 160 Film Camera Point and Shoot
Minolta Riva Zoom 160 Film Camera Point and Shoot
Minolta Riva Zoom 160 Film Camera Point and Shoot
Minolta Riva Zoom 160 Film Camera Point and Shoot
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Minolta Riva Zoom 160 Film Camera Point and Shoot

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The Minolta Riva Zoom 160 is a compact camera. The 35mm camera was built by Minolta in China and sold in the early 2000s. The 35mm photo camera was also sold on the market under the name “Minolta Freedom Zoom 160” and “Minolta Capios 160A“.

The lens of the 35mm camera is fixed. It has a zoom function and the zoom range goes from 37.5 mm to 160 mm. The widest aperture is f/5.4 at 37.5 mm and f/12.4 at 160 mm. The closest focusing distance of this lens is 60 cm.

There is no need to focus manually with the 35 mm camera, as there is an autofocus system. Here you have several modes to choose from. In Spot AF mode, the system focuses on a specific point. In Area AF, the focus zone is much larger. In Target AF mode, the subject is tracked by the sensors and the lens focuses accordingly.