This is the limited edition black color way.
This camera comes paired with the original case from 1966. Minolta combined sophisticated innovations into the SR-T 101 TTL. This camera features TTL metering but full-aperture metering, full-aperture metering. Lens mount: Minolta MC (backward-compatible with some SR, forwards-compatible with MC). Shutter: Focal-plane shutter, fully mechanical, cloth. Shutter speeds: 1s-1/1000s, B. Flash sync: PC socket for FP (virtually any speed) and X (at 1/60th), cold shoe.Exposure: Metered-manual (match needle), CLC dual-cell system, battery operated. Battery: PX625, for meter only Viewfinder: Reflex finder with micro prism focusing spot, match-needle system and battery check, shutter-speed indicator.
- Included: Battery + 400 Film + Original Release Case From 1966
Film Type: 35mm Manual-focus SLR
- Released: 1966
- Location: Tokyo, Japan
The Minolta SR-T 101 is an iconic 35mm SLR camera produced by Minolta Camera Co. Ltd, Japan. Making its debut in March 1966 at the Japan Camera Show, the camera's body is a continuation of the Minolta SR-7 model V, released in 1962. SR-T 101 has always been regarded as an innovative camera; it was a leap forward from the SR-7. Offering TTL metering and full-aperture metering in 35mm SLR cameras- pioneered by the ingenious Tokyo Kogaku Topcon RE Super. It wouldn't appear in a screw mount camera until Olympus Kogaku introduced the Olympus FTL, their first full-frame 35mm SLR, in 1971. Over the course of the ten-year manufacturing period of the Minolta SR-T 101, numerous changes were implemented to the body. Many of these changes are easy to spot, and they can help determine the time of manufacture.
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