Minolta Minoltina AL-S

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The Minoltina AL-S aka Minoltina-s was a slim-bodied rangefinder camera from Minolta in 1964.

Specifications

  • Film: 35mm with speeds 25 to 800 ASA.
  • Lens: Rokkor-QF 1:1.8/40mm (6 elements)
  • Shutter: Seikosha-SLV, X/M flash sync., speeds 1 sec. up to 1/500 sec. plus B
  • Metering: match-needle selenium meter cross-coupled to shutter-speed setting and aperture setting, instrument visible from above.
  • Viewfinder: optical, with superimposed coupled rangefinder.
  • Film transport: lever in the camera back, rewind crank, exposure counter window on top of body.
  • Dimensions: 128x74x60mm
  • Weight: 540 g
  • Succeeded by the Minolta ALS with CdS meter

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