Minolta Hi-Matic 7sII

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The Minolta HiMatic 7SII, introduced in 1977, is a versatile 35mm, shutter-priority rangefinder camera. The camera is very similar in most respects to the Vivitar 35ES, Revue 400SE and Konica Auto S3, and is believed to have been built by Cosina for Minolta. The 7sII has a fast (f/1.7) 40mm, six-element lens that has garnered a reputation for extremely sharp and detailed images.

  • Exposure: CdS cell, shutter-priority AE, manual override (w/o metering)
  • Lens: Rokkor 40/1.7, 6 elements in 4 groups
  • Shutter speed: Auto 1/8~1/500 sec & Manual 1/8-1/500 sec & B.
  • Shutter type: COPAL.
  • Film Range: ASA 25 to ASA 800.
  • Display in viewfinder: aperture, over/under exposure
  • Size 115x60x77 mm

Also sold as the Revue 400SE, Prinz 35ER, Konica Auto S3 and Vivitar 35ES.