Very handy and easy to use 35mm range finder camera with automatic exposure.

Launched in 1967

Lens: Minolta Rokkor 1:2,7 / 38mm

Shutter: 1/30 ... 1/500 sec.

View finder with parallax compensation and rangefinder.

For the exposure control a button cell is required (type MR9 / PX13 / PX625, discontinued). The photo cell is located very close to the lens and within the filter thread. Therefore no further exposure compensation is necessary when filters are used.

For inside shots with a flash only the flash guide number has to be set. The diaphragm follows the focusing and must not be calculated.