The Minolta AF DL is an interesting point & shoot camera made by Minolta in the 90’s. The ‘DL’ stands for Dual lens, and thats exactly what it has. Instead of using a zoom for different focal lengths, the Minolta AF DL has the options of 2 focal lengths (35mm or 50mm). The modes are selected using the ‘Lens Select” red button on the back, meaning its easy to change lens whilst composing.
Lens: 50mm ƒ5.6 OR 35mm ƒ3.5
ISO range: 100 – 1000. (DX only)
Viewfinder: magnification changes when lens is switched