Thursday, July 24, 2014

This Old Camera: Minolta SRT101 with MD Rokkor-X 45mm f/2

Minolta SRT101 (circa 1970 - 1973)

Camera type: 35mm SLR
Lens mount: Minolta MD
Shutter: 1 - 1/1000 seconds plus bulb
Focusing aid: microprisms
Depth-of-Field Preview: yes
Metering: centerweighted
ISO: reminder dial on bottom plate from 6 - 6400 ASA
Self-timer: yes
Mirror Lock-up: yes
Flash: P.C. sockets, built-in cold shoe

Comments: solid, classic camera. The aperture sensing ring sticks on my copy, but the meter is off anyway.
 Manual: Butkus

More info: Ken Rockwell

Lens: Minolta MD Rokkor-X 45mm f/2

Filter size: 49mm
Close focus distance: 2.1 feet / 0.6 meters
Aperture range: f/2 - f/16 (half-stop detents)
Aperture blades: 5
Depth of field scale for f/2-16, plus IR focusing index.

Cute, compact lens.  Hate five bladed apertures.

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