Condition 97%. Superb example of this rare autofocus 35mm SLR from Minolta. Known as The MIR (though I prefer to call it The Stormtrooper) this limited edition Minolta AF SLR was released in 1990 to commemorate Japanese reporter Toyohiro Akiyama becoming the first Japanese citizen to stay onboard the International Space Station. Featuring multi-program modes, built in motordrive, flash, self-timer, etc. The lens is a matched Minolta 35-105mm zoom, which is clean and clear, though there are two or three light coating marks to the front element visible if you catch the light correctly. These are faint and will not affect performance or use. Comes with matching Minolta 5200i program flash, lens hood and lens cap. And all presented in Space Station White ... yeah, that's not a colour, but it should be, it's probably called Pearl White. Fabulous camera in full working order.