Updated review: Minolta 110 Zoom SLR

The Minolta 110 Zoom SLR is a strange little camera. But it makes the most of 110 film and its tiny negative. See my updated review here.

Minolta 110 Zoom SLR


8 responses to “Updated review: Minolta 110 Zoom SLR”

  1. Stuart Templeton Avatar

    Ah 110 – that brings back memories. Where’re my flash cubes..?

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      Bad memories of grainy photos, but memories nevertheless!

      1. Stuart Templeton Avatar

        :-D that’s about right!

    2. fishyfisharcade Avatar

      I also remember the little AG-1 flash bulbs you’d get to fit in hotshoe mounted flash units – little blue things filled with magnesium wire. My dad had a few boxes of these and, as a young boy, I discovered that I could crush and pop then between my fingers to satisfying effect – like proto-bubblewrap. By some miracle I not once cut myself! By some even greater miracle, my dad never found out and gave me what for (although I suspect he’d long stopped using them by this time anyway). :)

      1. Jim Grey Avatar

        The cameras I had as a boy all took the AG-1s. My parents didn’t like me using them, they were afraid I’d burn myself. Maybe that’s why my dad bought me a cheap camera that took Magicubes.

      2. Stuart Templeton Avatar

        Yes I remember those! :-D You were indeed VERY lucky not to cut yourself!

  2. bodegabayf2 Avatar

    It’s a cool looking camera though!

    1. Jim Grey Avatar

      It’s funky for sure.

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