Minolta TC-1

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Minolta TC-1
Type 35mm point and shoot
Lens mount fixed
Flash Built-in flash

TC-1 is a camera that was produced by Minolta. It is a compact 35 mm point and shoot camera with G-Rokkor 28mm f/3.5 lens.[1] As a new camera it was expensive, and it remains expensive used. It has a high quality lens and body. One uncommon feature is the circular diaphragm. It has received praise for its bokeh (out-of-focus characteristics).[2]

In 1996, the Camera Journal Press Club of Japan awarded the TC-1 with the Camera Grand Prix.[3]


  1. ^ 主な仕様 | コニカミノルタ Archived 2007-11-17 at the Wayback Machine. (Principal Specifications|Konica Minolta) Retrieved April 17, 2008
  2. ^ Photoethnography.com - Classic Cameras Retrieved April 17, 2008
  3. ^ カメラ記者クラブ Camera Journal Press Club /JAPAN (in English) Retrieved April 17, 2008

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