The Minolta Freedom Zoom 65 is a simple but well-designed 35mm film auto-focus point-and-shoot camera from the late 1980s. It features a 38-65m zoom lens (it's worth noting that the zoom motor is very loud in this model if you're trying to be discreet, like at a museum). It's very easy to either cancel the flash or force the flash to fire (for filling shadows or backlight compensation).
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 camera's functions were tested with batteries and a roll of film (the film was not developed). All modes are working correctly with the exception that the built-in lens cap occasionally doesn't fully close. The camera is in very good aesthetic condition (see photos) with some minor wear on the body.