Minolta AL-F 35mm Film Camera
Minolta produced this cool rangefinder film camera around 1967. It has an automatic mode for flash photography called Easy Flash and a hot shoe for the flash. Manual exposure selection offers shutter priority mode with pre-selection of five exposure times from 1/30 sec to 1/500 sec. The frame viewfinder is coupled to a superimposed rangefinder and has a mechanical horizontal parallax correction. For vertical parallax only a parallax arrow. The Rokkor 1:2,7 38mm Lens has 4 elements in three groups and a Seiko shutter. This camera requires a battery, it was originally designed to take a PX13 or PX625 mercury battery, the current version is a 1.35v MRB625 Wein Cell. The camera is in good used condition, the shutter fires and all knobs/levers turn as expected, no other testing was performed. This rare Minolta is used, sold as a collectible, as is. Includes camera, original case ( fair condition a few white paint dots), leather strap, film carry case, empty metal film canister. United States Shipping Included (USA Only) –
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