The Yashica AW-mini (or Kyocera Season in Japan) is a compact autocus camera, made by Kyocera. While most of its specifications are fairly typical for its age (released in 1990), it distinguishes itself by being weather-proof (AW meaning "All Weather") and for its waist-level finder, a trait it shares with several Yashica cameras.

Specifications

  • Lens: 32 mm f/3,5, 4 elements, 3 groups.
  • Shutter: 1/120–1/600 s. Self-timer built-in.
  • Viewfinder: Albada bright frame finder.
  • Flash: Built-in.
  • Film speed: 100–1000 (with DX coded film)
  • Dimensions and weight: 126,5x64,5x49,5 mm, 230 g.
  • Power: AA batteries.

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