Minolta Prod 20 Compact 35mm Point and Shoot 90's Camera


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Review by Lomography

The Minolta Prod 20’s is a straight hark back to a time of all-metal rangefinders. With a design like that, no wonder the little camera is being pursued by collectors who love all things vintage even if it’s just all aesthetics.

It may be overshadowed by its beautiful vintage design, the Minolta Prod 20’s still fares well on the picture quality side. The Prod 20’s features an all-automatic shutter and exposure setting that helps users shoot quickly without having to think about the aperture and shutter speed. It also has a built-in flash that is specifically designed to match the overall vintage theme.

Add a drive motor, DX coding and a toggle switch for the shutter and you’ve got a nifty, vintage-looking point-and-shoot camera in the Minolta Prod 20’s. A simply elegant camera for simple, no nonsense shooting needs.


The Minolta Prod 20’s brings back the old-world charm of vintage cameras with a more modern approach with its point-and-shoot feature and all-automatic settings.

As far as camouflage goes, this compact point-and-shoot camera by Minolta disguises itself quite well among vintage cameras. Only upon closer inspection does one ascertain that it is actually a compact 35mm camera with a top and bottom chrome and aluminum casing.


Minolta Prod 20’s Technical Specifications by Lomography

  • Film Format: 35
  • Material: chrome, aluminum, plastic
  • ISO Setting: DX coded
  • Viewfinder: direct optical viewfinder
  • Flash: built-in
  • Lens: Minolta 35mm f/4.5 lens
  • Shutter Speed: 1/40 second to 1/150 second
  • Aperture: f/4.5
  • Focusing: Autofocus
  • Power: CRP2 6v
  • Weight: 440g w/ Battery

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