The Rolleimat AF was made from 1980 to 1981. It uses a Rolleinon 38mm F/2.8 lens, that is quite sharp for a point-and-shoot camera. The relatively fast maximum aperture of F/2.8 makes it suitable for low-light photography, especially with today's fast films.
The autofocus system focuses from 4 feet to infinity, using a Visitronic system from Honeywell (the same as found in Konica's C35 AF). There's a distance indicator in the viewfinder to show the shooter what will be in focus.
Exposure is handled automatically, with auto exposures from 1/450th of a second to 1/8th of a second. This is controlled by a CdS cell within the filter ring, meaning that filters can be used without any detriment to the exposure system. Film speed ranges from 25-400 ISO.