The Minolta Riva AF 35, Freedom AF 35 in America or Mac 35 in Japan, is a cheap autofocus compact camera released around 1990. It is a full-auto camera, meaning auto-loading, auto-advance, auto-rewind, auto-flash, auto-exposure and auto-focus. It has a built-in flash and self-timer. The lens is protected by a sliding cover. Like so many Minolta cameras of the same age, it only exposes films at ISO 100 or ISO 400. A data-back version was also available.
The camera with strap and soft case
Cosmetic: Ok condition, with some signs of use
Optical: Viewfinder clean. Lens clean with no haze/fungus/scratches
Electronic: All electronic functions are working perfectly