Rolleiflex 24613 Mini Digi AF 5.0 Camera (Red)
- Great conversation piece
- Collectable features
- Limited production
- Leather neck strap
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|Included Components||Rollei Rolleiflex AF5.0 MiniDigi - Leather Strap|
|Item Dimensions||6.2 x 4.4 x 2.72 inches|
|Item Weight||0.15 pounds|
|Lithium Battery Energy Content||1 Watt Hour|
|Lithium Battery Voltage||1 Volt|
|Lithium Battery Weight||1 gram|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||1 year parts and labor|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||5 MP|
|Shipping Weight||0.25 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
The interface of "menus" on this camera are awful - yes, it's a 1" screen, so they had to work with limited space, but what's with all of the fake "buttons" on the exterior of the camera that don't actually do ANYTHING?! The camera has almost no options and the photos are TERRIBLE quality. No matter what setting you put the camera on (there are three - S, M, L) the photos are SUPER overly compressed. When you pull them into the computer, they look worse than some camera phones. My iPhone takes better photos and it's cheaper than this camera! The photos have very bad JPG compression on them.
I strongly suggest NOT buying this camera. It would be worth it as a fun little toy around $40-$50, but at $325 - WHAT THE HELL?! Don't get it! I'm returning mine tomorrow!
And the picture quality totally sucks! iPhone does take way better pictures. The interface is awful and there really are only three buttons that do anything. All the other buttons are just expensive flare. There are no cool features that make this camera worth the money. I'd rather have one of those 4 lens cameras that take four images on one picture, all fish-eyed. Or the ones for $75 with the weird colored lenses. Like the toy cameras on the Urbanoutfitters website.
Opening the bottom to get the sd card out is a major pain, but not nearly as much as trying to get the thing back on. The instructions that came with our camera were in Japanese, so we had no help there either!
This was a gift. Not only did they send the wrong color, but their return policy makes it impossible to return without incurring a restocking fee. I called customer service at Adorama and the woman I spoke to couldn't be nastier. I told her we ordered it from amazon and that it took a week just to get here, and she didn't want to hear it. "I've sent you the return policy ma'am." Which I had to go online to view, then I had to call their customer service number to get the returns address (was not on the return policy page). Which they don't give you over the phone, they email it to you. Why wouldn't they just print it on the invoice like every other business????
This woman was so rude she didn't even ask me what my email address was.Read more ›
These are not true Rolleiflex cameras but are miniature reproductions of the Rolleiflex TLR design produced under license by the German camera manufacturer Minox. The cameras are manufactured by the Japanese company Sharan. It is a miniature reproduction of the TLR design Rolleiflex. In many details the camera retained the details of the the original, including a waist level view finder and a hand crank to prepare the camera for the next shot. As the name implies the camera was a digital reproduction with the second lens being a dummy.
This Camera is much like old-style "radios" that have cd-players built-in
The current production model is named the MINOX DCC (Digital Classic Camera) Rolleiflex AF 5.0. The name change brings the current model more firmly in line with the rest of Minox's Classic Camera miniature reproduction range.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent product. Old fashion. Very collectable item. Reliable as usual. A base or frame could make it easy for window display.Published on November 16, 2011 by Bluejazz
With the Rollei name and the high price, I expected that this would be a fairly functional camera. Given the size, I did not expect it to take pictures in the dark or to use it to... Read morePublished on May 23, 2010 by M. Martin