• Image of Minolta Mark II 110 Zoom SLR Camera
  • Image of Minolta Mark II 110 Zoom SLR Camera
  • Image of Minolta Mark II 110 Zoom SLR Camera
  • Image of Minolta Mark II 110 Zoom SLR Camera
  • Image of Minolta Mark II 110 Zoom SLR Camera

This is a very unique camera! I believe it has the most powerful lens made for a subminiature camera out there, and they still make 110 film, so you're not stuck tracking down cartridges and bulk film or having to go completely DIY like you have to do with 16mm subminis. You can still get this film developed at most places that still take 35mm film for development. Sweet!

Directly from the 1979 manual:

"Your Minolta 110 Zoom Mark II combines the simple loading, compact size, and ease of operation of the 110 pocket format with features, optical quality, and capabilities found only to the finest electronic automatic 35mm cameras."*

It features a zoom/macro lens and automatic electronic exposure control with a 25-67mm f/3.5 lens.
It takes 2 1.5v standard button batteries size X-76 or equivalent(CR44, 357, etc.).

This particular model is in great shape, and although I have not run film trough it, it fires and advances great!

Comes with original strap, screw on side grip and a collapsible rubber lens shade. This little guy is also tripod mountable and ready to rock.

Measures 3" x 4 1/8" x 4".

*A copy of the original manual can be found at http://www.cameramanuals.org/minolta_pdf/minolta_mark_ii_110_zoom.pdf