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The Big Mini is a compact 35mm point and shoot camera launched in 1990 by Japan’s oldest camera company, Konica. Over the last 30 years, it’s become a cult classic point and shoot camera, thanks to its sharp 35mm f3.5 lens. Although its reputation has grown since then, time has not been kind to the Big Mini. Perhaps more than any other compact camera, it has a reputation for dying. So is the Big Mini still worth buying in 2020 and beyond? Keep listening and find out.
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Matt Loves Cameras: film camera reviews, instant camera reviews, everything analogue photography related.
Music used in the show: Casi - thEnd [Free Download] by Casi is licensed under a Creative Commons License. Available at https://soundcloud.com/casisnmz/thend