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The Leica AF-C1 (not to be confused with the later Leica C1) was Leica’s first compact autofocus camera released in 1989. It had a twin-focal length, switchable from 40 mm f/2.8 normal lens to 80 mm f/5.6 portrait lens. It was fully based on the Minolta AF-Tele Super. The difference was the Leica’s nicer body design and the 40mm instead 38mm as shorter focal length. It has an autofocus system with automatic flash activation in low light or extreme contrast. The shutter speed range starts from 1/8 s to 1/400s.

One of the notable features of the Leica AF-C1 is its compact size and lightweight design, which makes it easy to carry and use on the go. It also has a high-quality lens which allows it to take good-quality photos with and good detail because of his sharpened lens.

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