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The Minolta AF-DL or Minolta Freedom DL was one of the early easy-to-use all-automatic compact cameras for 35mm film. The on/off-switch opens and shuts the two-part lens cover. A red button allows switching the lens from wide-angle focus to standard focus and vice versa. This is the meaning of "DL": dual lens . The camera has automatic film transport, auto-focus with focus hold option (by pushing the shutter release button halfways), and automatic activation of the built-in flash. It may have been produced in Malaysia, while some were manufactured in Japan. This camera was available with or without quart date print.
- Lens: 1:3,5/35mm, switchable to 1:5,6/50mm
- Autofocus: infrared
- Films: 35mm films of 100 ASA or 400 ASA film speed, up to maximum 1000 ASA.
- Exposure: subject weighted metering, programmed automatic exposure
- Viewfinder: magnification changes when lens is switched
- weight: 275 g without the 4 AAA-batteries
- dimensions 132 x 69,5 x 51 mm
The camera had a yellow "brother" with the same technical data, the Minolta Weathermatic 35 DL underwater camera.