The Prego 130 WA is a compact autofocus 35 mm camera made by Rollei. It has an HFT-coated 28-130 mm f/5.8 - 10.5 Vario-Apogon zoom lens. The 130 WA has a larger LCD screen on the back of the camera, and all settings are selected using a single 'mode' button, surrounded by four navigating 'arrows'. The zoom is controlled with a thumb-switch. There is a zoom viewfinder, with parallax-correction marks for close-up use, and a frame for the focus and exposure-metering area.
The camera has autofocus, with a focus lock feature, and a setting to force infinity focus. In normal use, it focuses down to 0.65 metre, but there is a macro mode, with a focus range of 0.5-1.0 metre. The camera does not have the 'snap' mode (fixed focus with a large depth of field) of the earlier Prego models, or the more sophisticated 'portrait zoom' or 'step zoom' functions of some models.
Exposure is automatic, with shutter speeds from 1 to 1/500 second. Film speed is set automatically (between ISO 50 and 3200) with DX codes on the film cassette; whereas earlier models had a default speed if un-coded film was loaded, the manual for the 130 WA does not mention one, stating simply that DX-coded film must be used. There is no exposure compensation facility.
The camera with the original strap and the soft case
Cosmetic: This is new old stock. Never used.
Optical: Viewfinder clean. Lens clean with no haze/fungus/scratches
Electronic: All electronic functions are working perfectly