The Minolta AF-Tele Super (Europe) or Freedom Tele (America) or Mac-Tele (Japan) is a dual focal-length autofocus compact camera switchable from 38 mm f/2.8 normal lens to 80 mm f/5.6 portrait lens by push-button and usable with DX-coded 35mm film with film speed between ISO 50 and ISO 3200. On top are a very small status LCD and a self-timer button. The automatic flash operation can be overridden by a force-flash button and a suppress flash button, both near the lens.
The camera construction was also based on the dual-focus Leica AF-C1. The Minolta camera was launched in 1988, the Leica model one year later.