Minolta Freedom Tele dual lens 35mm camera

Shipping calculated at checkout.

Note: that the flash is not working on this camera. The camera works perfectly otherwise and you can still fire the shutter in low light by pressing the 'flash-cancel' button.

The Minolta Freedom Tele is a very interesting and well-designed 35mm point-and-shoot camera. It gives you the choice between a fast 38mm f2.8 wide angle and 80mm f5.6 telephoto lens.

Options
If you opt for '+ battery' you'll get a new 2CR5 lithium battery; if you choose '+ batteries & film' you'll also get a 24-exposure roll of Fujicolor 200 film.

Condition notes
The flash does not work; otherwise the camera's functions were tested with batteries and a roll of film (the film was not developed). All modes are working correctly. The camera is in very good aesthetic condition (see photos) with some minor wear on the body.

Example photos
Here are some pictures that other people took with this model of camera. The outdoor shots almost certainly used no flash: 
https://www.lomography.com/cameras/3349679-minolta-freedom-tele/photos

Vintage TV ad
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRuV1cXBpCY

Manual
https://www.cameramanuals.org/minolta_pdf/minolta_freedom_af-tele_super.pdf

Specs
See pages 27-30 of the manual.