Launched in 1987, the Minolta AF-E II (called Freedom 200 in America) is an autofocus compact camera and a successor model to the original 1984 AF-E.
It has motor drive, built-in flash and runs on either a photo-lithium battery (a brand-new one supplied) or common AA batteries.
The lens is 35 mm f/4,5 (4 elements/4 groups) and aufofocus is infrared from 0.95 m to infinity. The camera has been tested with film in the past week and comes with a brand-new battery. The original printed manual and a carry case are also supplied.