Minolta Autopak 600-X

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The Minolta Autopak was introduced by Minolta in 1972. It has a CdS-controlled aperture for its focusable Rokkor 1:2.8 38mm lens. It uses Magicube flash bulb cubes. When using the camera, there is a rotating dial on the left side which can be adjusted for different focusing distances.


  • Film type: 126 cartridge (28mm × 28mm)
  • Film Speeds: ASA 50 to ASA 125
  • Film Advance: 2-stroke winding mechanism
  • Lens: 38mm Rokkor glass lens, 4 elements in 3 groups
  • Aperture: f/2.8
  • Focusing Distance: 3.3 feet to infinity, with four different settings, 4 ft., 8 ft., 17 ft. and infinity
  • Shutter Speed: 1/90 sec., 1/45 sec. with flashcube
  • Flash: Magicubes
  • Battery: RM-640 1.5 volt Mercury battery
  • Size: 4 5/8" wide (118mm), 2 3/4" high (71mm), 2/38" thick (60.5mm)
  • Weight: 11.6 oz. (330 g.) including battery and wrist strap