well, freshly back from my weekly trolling of the local thrift shops (goodwill, salvation army and amvets), I arrived home with a little Minolta AF-Sv, put some new batteries in is(AA's), and it fired right up.
I tried finding some info on it on the good ol' web, but no luck. The only reason as to why I got it, rather than save my $3.95 was because it had a 35mm 2.8 lens on it. It also has a film speed dial that goes from 25-1000asa.
So basically, does anyone have any thoughts on the camera? Thankfully everthing works, including the little "voice" that tells you to use the flash, or "check distance".
I ran a quick roll through the camera yesterday and today, and since I have another 2 weeks until school is back(my folks won't allow me to develop film at home ), I would like to illicit your help, if you can lend any, to help me understand my new find.