Minolta only made a half-dozen disc cameras, but the ones that they made were high quality cameras. If you are able to provide more accurate information than is listed here, please contact us.
12.5mm (f2.8) fixed focus lens. Shutter speeds of 1/100 and 1/200. Built-in flash and closeup lens.
12.5mm (f2.8) fixed focus lens. Made for and sold by K-Mart. It is a blend between the Disc 5 and the Disc 7. It has a flash, close-up lens and handle, but no self-timer or mirror.
The Disc-S is identical to the Disc-K except for the letter change. It may have only been marketed in Europe.
Basically a Disc-7. 12.5mm (f2.8) zone-focusing lens. Shutter speeds of 1/100 and 1/200. Aperture controlled by CDS meter. Built-in flash. Available in a two-tone of gold and white in a small gold star pattern. Matching leather case and silver strap.
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